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Foreword 



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HE basis of all business is its legality. The 
guide and protection of the industries and of 
the social activities of a community are its law- 
yers and its judges. No enterprise is initiated, 
no industry endures, that is not piloted by the 
directing thought of its legal advisors. Likewise, no com- 
mercial activity continues, no economic nor social relations 
are perpetuated, and no governmental function is operative 
that is not secured in its rights by the interpretive intelli- 
gence of the magistrate. Justice and security are the ideal 
to which is dedicated the dignified and essential profession 
of the law. 

In this era of driving energies and sometimes indiscrim- 
inate conclusion, there may be misconception by the laity 
of the motive and method of the lawyer. In fairness to 
him, let it be understood that it is not the object of the 
lawyer to create differences and litigation from which he 
may receive parasitical profit, but rather it is his bounden 
duty, and so acknowledged by him, to keep his clients out 
of court and to act as the conscientious arbiter of their dif- 
ferences. To him is it given, more than to any other, to 
serve as the proponent of peaceful and constructive en- 
deavor, and not as the fomenter of friction in human rela- 
tionships. He seeks the court of justice only as a last resort 
for adjustment, by the impartial agency of the jurist, of 
differences beyond his ability to control because of his 
natural and necessary partisanship. 

While it is the exalted province of the counsellor to guide 
the ship of enterprise safely through the shoals and stresses 
of antagonistic forces, as it is the function of the judge to 
uphold the bulwark of the law against predatory encroach- 



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nicnt and anarchy, the hivvyer ()ccui)ies a still higher position 
in the adjustment of the more intimate human relationships. 
In chancery, as well as law, lawyer and jurist both are truly 
worthy bearers of balm and carriers of oil for troubled 
waters. 

The lawyer is human; he is faithful to his trust; he is of 
a tyi)e that strives for accomplishment, and he is possessed 
of impulse attuned to creative effort and given vast under- 
standing by laborious preparation and applied experience. 
He is sincere; he is imbued with the broader philosophies of 
life; and, to the law^yer, though he seeks practical means, we 
must be fair, as he is fair to client, his work, himself and his 
opponent. 

Mindful of these high qualities in the mind and motive of 
lawyer and judge, weighed in the estimation of us whose 
daily occupation brings us in almost constant contact with 
them, where observation is enhanced by the sidelights as 
well as the highlights of their characters, we, the editors, 
present, as conscientiously as may be, these representative 
members of that host whose professional services are salu- 
tary, whose labors exceed their reward, and whose ideals are 
the highest, the Bench and Bar of Illinois. 

By LE ROY HENNESSEY. 



The Lawyer 







HE life, services, and death of the ablest and best of the 
legal profession arc ordinarily, and too often, left without 
any record more enduring than the recollection of their col- 
leagues at the bar, or on the bench, than which nothing is 
more ephemeral. In other professions and callings the 
record of its foremost men is written in such ways and 
characters as serve to attract the attention of the masses, and make them 
temporarily, or for all time, seen and known of men. For the military 
hero the whole world is making and inscribing a record, while the gov- 
ernment which he has served feels bound to honor his memory with 
monuments of brass or marble that transmit his name and deeds to pos- 
terity. The artist leaves the creation of his genius in lines and colors 
that hand down his name and genius to remote generations. The minister 
speaks from year to year — now before some great assembly of laymen, 
now before syinod, presbytery or conference, and the measured utterances 
that befit the occasion are as surely and correctly taken and reduced to 
print as they are heard by his auditors. The physician, whether as a spe- 
cialist or a general practitioner, by years of study, experience and ability, 
becomes an authority, and the record of his experience and his 
dissertations fill the pages of the medical journals, and his name and fame 
exist in records more enduring than brass. The statesman, whether real 
or fancied — provided only that he holds a place supposed to belong to 
statesmen — leaves a record, not alone in the legislative journals, but also 
in the memory of ten thousand partisan admirers, and on the pages of a 
thousand newspapers, whose columns will be filled with the record of 
his life and exaggerated accounts of his deeds, from the day of his birth 
to that of his death. 

Not so with the lawyer who, during a life longer or shorter, has been 
"only a lawyer." His achievements and victories are won, not by accident, 
or by stirring words, or emotional appeals ; not by arguments addressed to 
friendly minds and sympathetic listeners, as is the case, in many instances, 
in political warfare, on the stump or in the halls of legislation. Neither 
have such efforts been the result of deliberate and careful preparation in 
the library, like those of the statesman, who is allowed his own time, both 
to prepare and to deliver what he will say. Unlike all of these, the lawyer 
usually finds himself bound to make his greatest and best efforts amid, or 
at the close, perhaps, of a lengthy or exhaustive trial, in which he must 
attempt, at least, to apply great fundamental legal principles to a new state 
of facts — facts which are constantly varying from hour to hour, thus ren- 



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fk'rin^ the (.'xcrcisc of all his powers of discrimination and reasoning, in 
the hijjhest dejjree. immediate and necessary. He is thus called ui)on to take 
sides, and ji^ive a reason for opinions that must be formed and enforced on 
the sj)ur of the moment and without delay or deliberation, and this he nnist 
do, not only thus hastily and without the deliberation that is allowed in 
every other callinj^. but in the face of, not a listening" and applauding mul- 
titude, but in the presence of half a dozen lawyers, all of whom are watch- 
ing, like the ancient warrior watched, for some vulnerable ])lace, even 
though it be in the heel of his argument, for an opportunity to assail him, 
and all this, perhajjs, imder the depression of feeling arising from the fact 
that he knows both court and counsel are against him, and, however able 
his argument, it will be remembered only by the one, while he attempts 
to demolish it by authority, if he can, or rail at it as illogical and incon- 
clusive if he cannot, while the "court" will recall it only while the matter 
is under advisement. In etTorts before a jury, and in ap])eals addressed 
to it, it is still worse ; for then not only must he appear without preparation 
and at the end of a tedious and tiresome trial, but if, as is here supposed, 
he is a lawyer, and not a legal kite, he is restricted to a discussion of 
certain facts in evidence, and from which, as a lawyer, he will not seek 
to depart, and also by the effect which the court gives of the law of such 
facts ; and here, too. the record he makes is as fleeting as the facts and the 
wandering vagaries of the jury before whom he discusses them — a record 
remembered for an hour and then forgotten forever. Thus the small 
audience, the interests of opposing counsel, and the fact that the court who 
decides against one never thinks much of the effort of the one it holds 
against, and the further fact that, in the nature of the case, no record of 
such effort is possible, place the lawyer at a disadvantage under which 
no other profession or calling rests, so far as his record is concerned. 

In the printed arguments which are addressed to the appellate courts, 
the case is but little better, since they are buried in the files of the court, 
read only by the counsel on the other side, and the court, and by it often 
not understandingly, and without sufficient attention to the facts to follow 
the argument, much less to give it the credit and weight which it deserves. 
So. while the judgment of the court on what the law is, is recorded, the 
argmnent of the lawyer as to what it should be, is recalled only to be 
forgotten. 

Without disparagement to either of the other professions, or to the 
ability, or })retenses to ability, or to the character of those who are more 
strictly deemed public men, it must be admitted that the evidence of char- 
acter and ability afforded by a reputation as a lawyer in the front rank of 
his profession, is, beyond all question, superior to that which is offered 
by the holding of any mere public position or which office ever has, or in 



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and of itself ever can afford. Nor is there in any other calling or profes- 
sion so sure or accurate a measure afforded, by which any one may be tried 
and tested, as in this. The quack in medicine may meet with wondrous 
success ; the minister of the Rev. Charles Honeyman's type exists not alone 
in fiction ; the statesman, or rather the supposed statesman, since he is 
where a statesman ought to be, may be destitute alike of character and 
ability, or, if possessed of either, only in a very limited degree — the crea- 
ture of circumstances or of accidents, a partisan, the creature of a compro- 
mise, perhaps, between a level-headed man and a lunatic, whose only 
((ualihcation was his availability or his wealth. But the lawyer who con- 
tents himself with being a lawyer, who neither desires nor seeks anything 
else than that, and who, thus seeking, attains a standing at the head of 
his profession, reaches that place, not by accident or by wealth, or by the 
fostering care of interested partisans, but by reason, and by reason alone, 
of a combination of great ability, untiring industry and fair moral char- 
acter, truthfulness and honesty. No man has attained, and no man ever 
''will" attain, to such a place, who has not all of these in more than ordi- 
nary measure. No lawyer has ever made a reputation as such, by mere 
"smartness," much less by trickery, untruthfulness or dishonesty, and no 
profession ever opened fairer fields for the exercise of all the essentials of 
character and ability than does the legal profession. 

— By Former Senator Ben Teller of Colorado. 




Preface 

By Thomas (Ijams) Dent 

IVING a name to this book on its title-page, the pub- 
lishers have intended to indicate that the work is bio- 
j^rajjhical. 

Treating, as it does, of members of the bench and 
)ar at the date specified, it is expected to evoke attention from 
those who are interested in that line of literature, which in 
itself implies a degree of sociability, an awakening or revival of 
memories, a kindling of the affections, or an aid in the study of charac- 
ter, and is likewise promotive, in a measure, of further or better acquant- 
ance. Printers and artists do much to enlarge the circle of acquaintance 
through books of this nature. 

2. It is deemed appropriate, however, to notice briefly, in a some- 
what bibliographical sense, three or four publications to which this book 
is in a measure akin ; and they are to be so mentioned in the inverse 
order of the date of their publication, especially as the one which will be 
first named is perhaps the nearest in kinship to the present work. 

(a) "The Bench and Bar of Illinois. Historical and Reminiscent. 
Edited by John M. Palmer, Chicago : The Lewis Pub. Co. 1899." 

This is a work in two volumes, of which General John M. Palmer 
was editor. Its 1209 pages contain 66 chapters. There are in it some- 
thing like 125 likenesses and upwards of 1000 biographical sketches or 
notices of persons. Eleven of the chapters treat chiefly of the courts and 
lawyers in Chicago. Various writers contributed to the work. Some- 
times single counties are the subject of more than one chapter, and occa- 
sionally a number of the counties are grouped together in a narrative 
as to the bar and judges. It is a work of permanent interest and worthy 
of frequent consultation, not only as to the biographical points but also 
as to courts, both Territorial and State, and other matters of note. 

The present writer contributed the ninth chapter of the work just 
mentioned ; vol. 1, pages 141-151. 

(b) "Reminiscences of the Early Bench and Bar of Illinois. By 
General Usher F. Linder. With an Introduction and Appendix by the 
Hon. Joseph Gillespie; Chicago: The Chicago Legal News Co. 1879." 

The book just named is one of 406 pages. A short note by Judge 
James B. Bradwell explains that the author began writing the work 
(Reminiscences) in Dec, 1874, and completed it in March, 1876, and died 
June 5, 1876. 

The introduction by Joseph Gillespie (pages 9-20), refers to the 
author as "a man of transcendent abilities in the forum and at the 
hustings," and as having "filled a large place in public estimation." 

In the appendix (pp. 390-406), Judge Gillespie referred chiefly to 
four prominent lawyers, two of whom especially had been named in the 
earlier part of the book. 

It is a posthumous work and neede.d some revision. For example : 
In the body of the work the name of Benjamin S. Edwards is given as 



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Benjamin F. Edwards, though properly referred to in the table of con- 
tents, page 5. 

The sketches, if that word may be used as to the dissertations in the 
book, are of men of marked prominence or distinction, some of whom 
resided in Kentucky in the author's youth and others of whom he became 
acquainted with in Illinois and Indiana after he removed to Illinois in 
1835. While such notices, of which there are over 100 in the volume, treat 
mainly of judges and lawyers in Kentucky, Illinois and Indiana, and of 
some of the early governors of Illinois, a few other men of prominence 
are made the subject of reminiscent mention. 

An eulogy of Joseph Gillespie by Gen. John M. Palmer was pub- 
lished in the Chicago Legal News, vol. 18, page 220. With that eulogy 
an estimate of General Linder by Hon. James C. Allen in the Year Book 
of the Illinois State Bar Association for 1904, part two, page 67, may be 
compared. That estimate accords him a high rank as an orator in South- 
ern Illinois. 

The military title of general was given him because of his having 
been Attorney General of Illinois. He and Abraham Lincoln were rep- 
resentatives in the General Assembly of Illinois in the Tenth General 
Assembly, 1836-1837, prior to his election as Attorney General. His 
book treats of a number of his fellow members of that assembly. He 
had, upon the whole, from his early residence in Kentucky, and his later 
residence in Charleston, Alton and Chicago, Illinois, respectively, good 
opportunity to know the men of whom his book treats ; and the book 
itself, while in some respects peculiar, somewhat as its author himself 
was, seems to be entitled to a place as a biographical work, or perhaps 
as one of reminiscence, to be accredited to a keen observer of men. 

The biographical feature brings the author especially into the fore- 
ground, and the men of whom he wrote were men of mark. 

(c) Another work, which came out earlier than either of the two 
above mentioned, is entitled ''The Chicago Bar. Illustrated by F. B. 
Wilkie, (Poliuto) Chicago: PubHshed by the author, 1872." 

The author, a bright newspaper reporter or writer and author, first 
published sketches in the Chicago Times prior to the great fire of Oct. 8 
and 9, 1871. They were afterwards put in a pamphlet form. Finally in 
June, 1872, this book, including some matter not previously given, was 
published as a fourth edition. With its fine illustrations it is quite pre- 
sentable. 

It is a work of 128 pages and treats of a large number of the lawyers 
who were at the time in Chicago, and also makes reference to a number 
of distinguished men who resided in other places. It should be added, 
in a notice of the book, that it is attractive in its illustrations and narra- 
tives, and also that it is to be regretted that in a good many instances 
errors in dates, at times, and more in names, especially given names, but 
sometimes in surnames, were not corrected in printing. 

3. As in imagining a tree of knowledge, it could be said that among 
its branches those known as biography and history will readily intertwine 
or combine ; so we should say that readers wishing to learn of the partici- 



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p.'ition of the lawyers of Illinois in public affairs or stations j^rior to 1889 
would do well to have in hand or at command, not only Palmer's "Bench 
and Uar of Illinois," mentioned above, but the history which is entitled 
"fllinois: Histurical aud Statistical. By John Moses, ex-county judge of 
Scott County." 

It is in two volumes and was ])ublished by the l^^ergus Printing Co., 
Chicago, and is highly commendable for the care which was bestowed upon 
it by its author. 

A large store of information as to the periods covered will be found 
in the history by Judge Moses to which we have referred and in the work 
of (len. Palmer above specified. 'J'hey are good volumes to have at hand 
in tracing Illinois history for the i)eriods covered by them. 

it may also be said that the Illinois Blue Books which in recent times 
have been published under the direction of the Secretaries of State are 
calculated to keep inquirers j^osted as to who have been state officials or 
United States senators and rej^resentatives in Congress, and also as to 
various matters of interest to the public, as may be seen on examining, 
for example, the Blue Book for 1917-1918. edited by Louis L. Emmerson, 
Secretary of State. 

The last mentioned work was intended in part to show the progress 
of the state during 100 years of statehood, and consequently the work 
tells a good deal of the period which has elai)sed since the publication of 
the other books above mentioned. 

As to a considerable number of the members of the bench and bar 
of Illinois who flourished in the past, the records of the various courts 
have memorials, and these are subject to inspection so far as such records 
have been preserved. Occasionally a record may have been lost, or as in 
the case of the great fire of Oct. 8 and 9, 1871, in Chicago, destroyed; 
and perha])s it would be commendable if through the bar associations in 
the state or otherwise some publication of lists of such memorials, or at 
times copies in full of some of them, should be supplied. 

Another source of information in that regard is open to those who 
examine the reports of the Supreme and Appellate Courts. For in those 
reports a considerable number of memorials, especially of judges in the 
past, may be found. Yet with a considerable number of volumes of such 
re]Jorts to be examined — the number as to the Supreme Court in Illinois 
having run up. say, to 288 volumes, and that for the Appellate Courts 
being as many as 212 — the task of finding the memorials, so far as they 
are not tabulated, is not slight, but on the contrary is so considerable as 
to make it desirable to have a table of the whole published. Under this 
head it may be said that in looking into the 251st volume of Illinois 
Reports, thirty-four of such memorials are tabulated as having been 
l)ublished in a number of the j^rior volumes, beginning with 4 Scammon. 
and including chiefly the names of justices of the Supreme Court, with 
those of two of the official reporters, and the names of a few lawyers of 
distinction who had not been on the bench in any of the state courts. 

The suggestion of companionable qualities in the Illinois History by 
Moses with the more biogra])hical work -called "Palmer's Bench and Bar 
of Illinois," has its force because of both works going over much of 



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the same ground as to time, speaking generally. But, of course, one 
using a book like the present one, of a strictl}' biograi)hical bent or nature, 
might prefer to mate it with a later history of the state, such, for example, 
as the Centennial History of Illinois, three volumes of which, coming 
down to 1870, have been published. 

4. While the compilers of the present work did not contemplate 
making it other than biogra])hical, in a somewhat special form, yet when 
j)reparing to have the matter go to the press they concluded to have in- 
serted some general notice of certain organizations in Illinois known as 
bar associations or bearing titles of a similar nature. 

(a) The Chicago Bar Association is named first as standing in that 
order as to date of organization, such date being November, 1873. In 
March, 1874, it was incorporated under the statute as to corporations not 
for pecuniary profit. The organization came about in this way : The 
late William C. Goudy, of Chicago, was the moving projector. Starting 
out to get the signatures of forty of the lawyers in the city to call a 
meeting to organize, a list of whom he had probably selected or had spe- 
cially in mind, he procured the signatures of that number or perhaps 
rather more. One of the names, that of the late Capt. William P. Black, 
was with Mr. Goudy's consent, given at the instance of the present writer, 
who suggested that it be so given with a view of relieving Mr. Goudy 
to some extent in the personal canvass which he was making for signa- 
tures. It is somewhat probable that a paper in 6, Chicago Legal News, 
page 242, has the names which were signed to the call, though not in the 
order of signing, so far as the writer remembers. At the first meeting 
thus brought about, Stephen A. Goodwin was chairman and A. M. Pence 
was secretary. 

Through a committee then appointed, consisting of William C. 
Goudy, Lyman Trumbull, Thomas Hoyne, Robert Hervey and John S. 
Cooper, a meeting w-as called to organize the proposed association. A 
goodly number of the members of the Chicago bar attended the meeting 
so called, and the organization was in due form efifected, and IMr. Goudy 
became the first president. 

Persons interested in tracing the beginning of the association will 
find in 25, Chicago Legal News, page 123, some suggestions on the subject 
which were made by the late James L. High. 

In the early years of the life of the association its annual and inter- 
mediate dinners, with speaking, of course, were marked features of its 
activities. Elections then and since have occurred annually, except in 
one or more changes to a later date for the time of election ; and the 
result has been that forty-four persons have been chosen for the presi- 
dency. A note concerning the second annual dinner will give some idea 
as to the programs for the meetings. That dinner was held Dec. 30, 
1875. Benjamin F. Ayer, the president, presided. Among the guests 
were John M. Scott, chief justice of the Supreme Court of Illinois, R. E, 
W^illiams of the Bloomington bar, and E. W'. Patterson of the St. Louis 
bar. The first toast had reference to the Supreme Court of the United 
States and was responded to by Hon. James R. Doolittle, Judge T. L. 
Dickey and Hon. John Dean Caton. 



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The second toast referred to the federal judiciary and was responded 
to by Judge E. S. Williams and Judge Henry W. Blodgett. The third 
toast referred to the legal fraternity, and to it responses were made by 
WiUiam H. Barnum, Prof. David Swing, chaplain of the meeting, R. E. 
W'ilHams and Chief Justice Scott. A toast to "Our Clients" was re- 
sponded to by 1). L. Shorey, R. B. Roberts and John S. Cooper. There 
was also considerable other speaking before the meeting closed. 

Some mention, incomplete as it must be, of what has been done by 
the association in the way of commemorating the lives of deceased mem- 
bers of the bench and bar, is desirable. However, before calling attention 
to the work in that line, attributable directly and specially to the associa- 
tion, meetings which were something like forerunners of what was after- 
wards done in respect to bar memorials as to deceased lawyers, are to be 
specified. Of these we notice : Sunday, Dec. 28, 1890, a memorial meet- 
ing was held in Recital Hall, Chicago, and an appropriate address was 
made by Luther Laflin Mills. That meeting was in memory of twenty- 
one members of the bar who had died in a little more than one year 
preceding that date. 

Sunday, Dec. 27, 1891, a like meeting was held in the same place. 
John H. Hamline, president, presided; Rev. William White Wilson 
offered the invocation, and music was given by the choir of the Second 
Presbyterian Church of Chicago, and a memorial address was spoken by 
Judge George Driggs with reference to twenty-three members of the bar. 
Of memorial meetings, if any, held later up to 1895 the writer does not 
have items for a report. 

The association caused to be prepared through the services of memo- 
rial committees, a number of memorial books and pamphlets in a hand- 
some style of workmanship, such as those for 1895, 1896-1897, 1903-1904, 
1904-1906 (the last one named including eight memorials belonging to 
1900 and 1901), 1907-1909, 1909-1910, 1910-1911, 1911-1912, 1912-1913, 
all evidencing much care as to composition. In the volume for 1895 are 
sketches of Gen. I. N. Stiles, Judge John W. Gary, Judge Walter Q. 
Gresham, Judge John Dean Caton, S. Corning Judd and others. In the 
volume for 1896-1897 are sketches of James R. Doolittle, Lyman Trum- 
bull and others. Each memorial volume is commendable. 

In respect to the early memorial meetings specified, as also in early 
work of the Illinois State Bar Association, the late Charles C. Bonney 
was an active promoter. He was well qualified to be a leader in such 
matters. 

Mention may be made of some dinners given by the Chicago Bar 
Association in the year ending Oct. 26, 1895. At one there was a discus- 
sion as to the Reform in pleading. At another the subject of special 
assessments was considered. At the third the Torrens Land Act, which 
was to be voted upon, was the topic dwelt upon. At another meeting 
John W. Showalter was the honor guest, he having become a United 
States District Judge for the Northern District of Illinois. Perhaps these 
meetings may with some propriety be considered typical of others held in 
previous years, and also of those of more recent years. At some such 
meetings there were good displays of oratory, and some of the younger 



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men, such as Edward G. Mason, James S. Norton and I. K. Boyesen, 
when called out as speakers, would secure laurels. 

The library of the association, now consisting of about 20,000 vol- 
umes, has been of great use to the bench and bar ; and the association 
provides for the use of its members visiting the library room the leading 
law journals. The services of Carlos P. Sawyer as librarian continued 
for a long period, until on account of impaired health he resigned that 
office and was succeeded therein by John M. Cameron who, as did Mr. 
Sawyer, has the valued assistance of Clarence P. Denning. 

The holding of bar primaries as to candidates for judicial positions to 
be filled by elections has for a number of years been a settled policy of 
the association, and in that connection pamphlets containing biographical 
sketches, usually with likenesses of candidates, have been issued for the 
information of members of the Association to aid in the choice of the 
candidates. The influence of such primaries has probably been greater 
when judicial elections have been held at times other than for the election 
of other officers generally, but always has been of much service to the 
public. 

Special credit is due to the Association for the very important part it 
has taken, especially through its Grievance Committees and their attorney, 
in the investigation of charges brought to their notice, and in the prose- 
cution of complaints against members of the bar in cases requiring disci- 
pline, or action for disbarment ; and a considerable number of such cases 
have necessitated judicial action, resulting in suspension in some instances 
and in permanent disbarment in others. 

Without enlarging upon the history of the association, it remains to 
be said that its founders and those who have wrought in sustaining the 
association are entitled to warm praise. 

(b) The Illinois State Bar Association deserves a fuller notice than 
the space allowable here will permit. It was organized January 4, 1877, 
by a group of lawyers who met in Springfield and adopted a constitution 
for it which was somewhat amended on the eighth of that month, and 
which has since been amended in some particulars. It was originally a 
voluntary association, but, on the first of March, 1916, became incor- 
porated under the act concerning corporations which was approved April 
18, 1872. 

The first president was Anthony Thornton, of Shelbyville. He had 
previously held a variety of offices. He was a member of the Constitu- 
tional Convention of 1847 which framed the State Constitution of 1848; 
a member of the Seventeenth General Assembly, 1850-52 ; a member of 
the Constitutional Convention of 1862, the work of which was submitted 
to a vote of the electors in the time of the civil war, but was not approved 
by them ; and also a member of the Thirty-ninth Congress, 1863-65, and 
a justice of the Illinois Supreme Court, 1870-73, from which last named 
office he resigned May 31, 1873. Others of his fellow members who began 
the work of the association were well adapted to insure success in the 
enterprise. In this particular we have but to mention a few of them ; 
for example : William L. Gross and James H. Matheny of Springfield, 
James B. Bradwell and Elijah B. Sherman of Chicago and S. D. Puter- 
baugh and David McCuUoch of Peoria, as samples of the organizers. 



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The object of the association, as its constitution declared, was, "to 
cultivate the science of jurisprudence, to i)roniote reform in the law, to 
facilitate the administration of justice, to elevate the standard of integrity, 
honor and courtesy in the legal profession, to encourage a thorough and 
liberal legal education, and to cherish a spirit of brotherhood among the 
members thereof." 

.\ ])amphlet which was published by William L. Gross, secretary of 
the association, about July 1. 1877, enables us to be somewhat more spe- 
cific in respect to the organization of the association. Such pamphlet 
shows that the convention held in Springfield, January 4, 1877, was at- 
tended by representatives of the bar of thirty-seven counties in the state. 
Of those representatives, five were from Cook County, four w-ere from 
Hancock County, nine were from McLean County, five were from Morgan 
County, five were from Peoria County, nine were from Sangamon County, 
five were from Vermilion County. The attendance of representatives of 
the others of the thirty-seven counties averaged from one to three in 
number, the aggregate number of representatives being eighty-eight, as 
given by this pamphlet, though a later account, of which mention is to be 
made herein, made the number eighty-six. 

Anthony Thornton was chosen as president of the convention, and 
Oscar F. Price of Galesburg acted as secretary. Upon the adoption 
of the constitution, officers were chosen, a vice president of the association 
was chosen for each of the seven Judicial Districts of the Supreme Court 
of the State ; William L. Gross of Springfield was named as recording 
and corresponding secretary ; Milton Hay of Springfield became treasurer ; 
the Executive Committee of seven members rei)resented the seven Su- 
preme Court Judicial Districts ; twenty-nine members, twenty-six of them 
representing twenty-six circuits, and three representing Cook County, 
were named as a Committee of Grievances, and a like number as to 
the circuits, with five members for Cook County, composed a Committee 
on Law Reform, and. besides these committees, there was a committee of 
seven on Legal Education and a committee of five on "Publication of 
Illinois Reports." 

At the twenty-fourth annual meeting of the association which was 
held in Chicago, July 12, 1900, one of the subjects on the program 
was, "The Founders of the Association," and the manner in which the 
topic was handled may be seen by consulting the year book for that year, 
pages 58 to 72>. At page 62, Judge Rradwell mentioned the initial steps 
which brought about the meeting for the founding of the association, and 
referred to passages in the Chicago Legal News through which the call 
to form such an association was made. He gave special credit to 
.Stephen R. Moore of Kankakee as a prime mover in the matter. Eighty- 
six names were read as being those of charter members (pages 58 to 60). 
Of those, it was said, thirty-one, whose names are stated (page 61), re- 
mained members. Of the thirty-one, only four are su])posed by the writer 
to be living; such four being: I. N. Bassett. Stephen R. Moore, James M. 
Riggs and George W. Wall, three of these being on the roll of members. 

Judge Thornton continued to be president until January 8, 1880, at 
which time, during the third annual meeting of the association, David 
McCulloch, of Peoria, was elected to succeed him. In the index to the 



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Year Book for 1911, at page 523, reference is made to the president's 
first annual address, which was by Judge Thornton in 1878 as having been 
on the subject of "Law and Lawyers," and reference is made also to an 
address by him in 1884 on "The Life of C. B. Lawrence." 

The report of the proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting, on 
January 8, 1880. as prepared by William L. Gross, secretary, is a pam- 
phlet of sixty-three pages. It gives the Annual Address, which was on the 
subject of "The Scientific or Model Lawyer," and was by General John A. 
McCIernand, and was, as a resolution of the association states, "able, 
learned and eloquent." A special address, which also was good, was by 
Hon. James M. Kiggs. His subject was, "The Line of Demarkation 
Between the Powers of the State and the Federal Judiciary." The ban- 
quet in the evening was evidently very interesting, judging by the subjects 
of the toasts and the responses thereto, which were made by the following 
speakers : Francis H. Kales of Chicago, as to the "Supreme Court of 
Illinois"; S. W. Moulton of Shelbyville, as to "The Appellate Courts of 
Illinois" ; E. Callahan of Robinson, as to "Our Clients" ; Rev. W. S. 
Prentice of Springfield, as to "The Clergy" ; T. L. Dickey as to "Olden 
Times on the Circuit" ; C. W. Thomas of Belleville as to "Thou Best of 
Fees, Fe-male" ; John H. Oberly as to "The Press" ; General John C. 
Black as to "Our Brothers Departed." Such responses are given in the 
pamphlet except those by Judge T. L. Dickey and General John C. Black, 
and these are ver\' highly praised. Some of the toasts are stated above in 
an abbreviated form. 

The pamphlet, at pages 62 and 63, gives a very interesting letter from 
Judge William Thomas of Jacksonville as to lawyers of his acquaintance 
in what was the first circuit in Illinois, especially in 1826 and 1827. The 
circuit embraced nine counties, including ]\Iorgan, Sangamon, Peoria, 
Fulton, Adams and Pike as a part of the circuit. 

The constitution of the association, as it stood in 1880, provided for 
a committee on legal biography, which was to be appointed yearly, that 
the association might have suitable memorials of the lives of deceased 
members of the bar of the state. Such committee for that year was com- 
posed of John M. Palmer and Alfred Orendorfif of Springfield and 
Charles C. Bonney of Chicago, and its report at the meeting in January, 
1880, noted the death of N. M. Knapp of Winchester and A. J. Gallagher 
of Decatur. In 1895 the constitution and by-laws w^ere so amended as 
to provide for the appointment of a necrologist. Judge James B. Brad- 
well, an ex-president of the association, became the necrologist, and so 
acted for many years. His last report is in the year book for 1903. It 
made note of deaths up to about July 1, 1903. He continued to note 
the deaths quite generally of members of the bar of the state; and he kept 
additionally "Obituary Memoranda" in books in which printed or written 
notices could be placed, but after 1903 until his death, Dec. 1, 1907, ill 
health prevented him from making reports. 

The name of the late James H. Matheny of Springfield is on the 
roll of membership in 1877 as James H. Matheny, Jr. He succeeded 
Judge William L. Gross as secretary, and after some years became presi- 
dent. He continued to exhibit a warm interest in the association during 
his lifetime and was highly useful in service. 



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It has liappcned that the lUinois State Bar Association has had nearly 
as many presidents as the Chicago Bar Association, as Frederick A. Brown 
of Chicago, now president of the State Bar Association, is the forty-first 
in nuniher. Judge Thornton's term was longer than that of other presi- 
dents, and. as Orville H. Browning died while president, he was suc- 
ceeded by F^lijah B. Sherman, then vice president. 

As the year books of the association issued in 1904-07 did not give 
memorial sketches as had been usual in prior volumes, resort was had 
to the "Obituary Memoranda" books above mentioned in making up a 
considerable number of such sketches which will be found in the necrolo- 
gist's reports and sketches in the years 1908 and 1909 ; a part of such 
sketches intended for the earlier of these volumes having, for lack of space 
in that volume, found a place in the later of the two volumes. 

Aside from the biographical matter supplied by the necrologist and 
published in the year books, various biographical memorials which are 
fuller or more extended, are to be found by consulting different volumes. 
Of these memorials a few may be readily mentioned : such, for example, 
as "An Address by Melville W. Fuller on the Life of Sidney Breese," 
volume for 1879. page 31 ; Memorial as to the Life of Lyman Trumbull, 
volume for 1904, page 71 of part 2; Address by E. P. Williams as to 
Charles B. Lawrence, volume for 1905, page 66 of part 2 ; Memorial of 
John N. Jewett by E. B. McCagg, in the same volume, page 88 of part 2. 

In various important matters of public interest the association has 
had a good influence. One of the matters was the abolition in 1897 of 
the Three Grand Divisions of the State in respect to the holding of the 
Supreme Court, and fixing upon Springfield as the place for its sessions. 

At many of the annual meetings prominent lawyers from other states 
and countries, some of them much experienced as judges, have been in 
attendance, and addresses by them on such occasions and at the banquets 
are to be found in the year books, and contribute to making those books 
interesting. As one example in this line, the year book for 1918 shows 
an address by Sir Frederick Edwin Smith. Attorney General of England, 
in which that gentleman treated in a somewhat general way of the great 
war that was then raging, and, in concluding, felicitously urged that there 
should be devised a better method than war to settle international diflFer- 
ences. Doubtless, he favored the formation of a league of nations. 

A later part of the same volume gives an account of local bar asso- 
ciations formed in the seven Supreme Court Districts of Illinois. Some 
of these are referred to as intended to cultivate closer relations between 
the various county and city bar associations in each of such districts. (See 
l)ages 420-464.) With the account are likenesses of four of the officers 
of each of the seven district associations. 

The Illinois State Bar Association was. as we have seen, later in 
its organization than the Chicago Bar Association ; and it is understood 
that the State Bar Association in New York was preceded by that of 
New York City ; and also that the American Bar Association was, in a 
measure, an ofi'shoot (according to a suggestion of Judge Simeon E. 
Baldwin of Connecticut, one of its early projectors,) of a bar association 
in the State of Connecticut. While the greater part of the manuscript of 



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this paper was in the hands of the writer the Bar Association of New 
York City celebrated its semi-centennial. It has done much good work. 

Such associations are entitled to high credit as supplying a need in 
advancing education, improvement in legislation and practice, and in 
general promoting the public welfare. 

(c) The Lawyers Association of Illinois has its home, or central 
location, in Chicago. It was incorporated about fifteen years ago and is 
understood to have a membership of about one thousand persons. The 
objects of the corporation are, "To protect and promote the rights, interest 
and welfare of its members and of the legal profession ; to secure con- 
certed and effective action for the repeal of inequitable laws and enact- 
ment of just laws ; to secure the expeditious, impartial and efficient admin- 
istration of justice ; to maintain and foster the honor and dignity of the 
profession of law ; to encourage and cultivate social and educational inter- 
course among lawyers; to discuss such subjects as pertain to the objects 
of the association and such other matters as may be deemed proper, and 
to acquire and hold property, real and personal, for the uses and purposes 
of the association." 

It has a full board of directors and various committees, under such 
heads as to the committees, as membership, judiciary, legislation, public 
service, memorial, education and library, press and grievance. A large 
number of leading and_active lawyers constitute the official boards and 
the committees. The association is credited with bringing about the enact- 
ment of the Attorneys' Lien Law in 1909, and it has taken an active part 
in legislative matters since its organization. It is understood that its 
meetings are held about once a month on an average. 

(d) The women who have entered the legal profession are not 
slow to appreciate the value of bar associations. As evidence of this, we 
observe that the Women's Bar Association of Illinois held its annual 
banquet February 12, 1920, in Chicago, at which banquet there was a 
program of addresses by Frederick A. Brown, president of the Illinois 
State Bar Association, Governor Henry J. Allen of Kansas, and a number 
of women from Illinois and New York. 

5. In conclusion : 

We are in an age calling for application and activity which should 
result in progress, and it is to be hoped this will be for right living and 
a better brotherhood of nations ; ai;d the bench and bar should dutifully 
join, or perhaps we should say continue, in the forward march, as an 
important part of the vanguard. 

The saying that "unto whom much is given, of him much shall be 
required," is still to be borne in mind as having divine authority. 

THOMAS (IJAMS) DENT. 
Chicago, February 28, 1920. 



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CHARLES AARON 

Chicago 

Born New York City, December 28, 1890; 
attended public and high schools; graduated 
John Marshall Law School ; admitted Illi- 
nois Bar, 1911 ; member Chicago Bar 
Association, Chicago Law Institute, City 
Club, Standard Club, Chicago Association 
of Commerce and Masonic Bodies. Direc- 
tor Fort Dearborn Safe Deposit Co., 
Drovers Trust & Savings Bank, Liberty 
Car & Equipment Co. and other corpora- 
tions. Member of firm of Henry J. and 
Charles Aaron. 



HENRY J. AARON 

Chicago 

Born July 4, 1879 ; educated in the pub- 
lic schools ; graduated Lake Forest Uni- 
versity; admitted to bar, 1900; married 
Miss Rose Weinstein, Chicago, December 
26, 1906; Trustee Pension Fund, South 
Park Board, 1916-'17; member Chicago 
Bar Association, Chicago Law Institute, 
Chicago Historical Society, Chicago Art 
Institute, City, Iroquois, Saddle and 
Sirloin Clubs and National Arts Club 
of New York ; Director Drovers National 
Bank, Fort Dearborn Trust and Savings 
Bank and numerous corporations. Member 
of firm of Henry J., and Charles Aaron. 




EVERETT ANDERSON ABORN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 31, 1859, at Ellington, Conn.; 
graduate of Monson Academy, Amherst 
College, Union College of Law, A. B., A. 
M., LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1887; mem- 
ber Masonic orders. Blue Lodge, Chapter, 
Council, Commandery, Shrine and Consist- 
ory, Odd Fellows, Elks, Town and Country 
Club (Chicago), Beta Theta Pi (New 
York) ; civil practice. 



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FRANK P. A'BRUNSWICK 

Chicago 

Born December 3, 1871 ; grade school ; 
Bryant & Stratton ; Western College of 
Law, LL. B.; bachelor; admitted to bar 
1912 and U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals, 
1914; member Chicago and State Bar 
Assns. ; Chicago Law Institute ; Kenwood 
Masons, No. 800, Fairview Chapter, No. 
161, Mont Joie Commandery, No. 53; prac- 
ticed law 1914 to present. 





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FRANK P. a'bRUNSWICK 



ASA G. ADAMS 

Chicago 

Born February 11, 1868; attended Buda 
High School and Kent College of Law ; 
married Miss Lucy Hartwell, Rockford, 111., 
June 14, 1894; admitted Illinois Bar, 1896; 
member Chicago Bar Association, Chicago 
Athletic Assn. and Beverly Country Club. 



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MELVILLE R. ADAMS 
Chicago 

Born Feb. 3, 1889, at Chicago; attended 
Northwestern University, graduated De 
Paul University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Miss Hazel Gray at East St. 
Louis, 111., Aug. 4, 1914; member of Phi 
Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Delta Sigma 
Pi, Commerce Club, Edgewater Lodge A. 
F. & A. M., Columbia Chapter, R. A. M., 
Apollo Commandery, K. T. ; chancery, gen- 
eral corporation work and tax matters. 



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EDMUND D. ADCOCK 

Chicago 

Born Warren County. 111., April 29, 1877 ; 
B. A., Knox College, LL. B., Northwestern 
Law School; married Miss May Rex (de- 
ceased June 15, 1918), Creston, Iowa, 
August 31, 1905; admitted to Bar, 1902; 
Attorney Sanitary District, Dec, 1912, to 
Jan., 1919; member Chicago and State Bar 
Associations, Law Club of Chicago, South 
Shore Country Club and Chicago Athletic 
Association. 



KEENE H. ADDINGTON 

Chicago 

Born Baltimore, Md., March 3, 1874; at- 
tended private schools, Norfolk, Va., Nor- 
folk Military Academy; graduated Chicago 
College of Law ; admitted to bar 1895 ; 
married Miss Florence E. La V'ictoire, 
Chicago, June 26, 1901 ; Mayor Lake For- 
est, .April, 1917, to April, 1919; member 
American, Illinois and Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciations, University, Chicago Athletic, On- 
wentsia. Old Elm and Shore Acres Clubs ; 
member law firm of Jones, Addington, 
Ames and Seibold. 





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KEENE H. ADDINGTON 



MICHAEL J. AHERN 

Chicago 

Born March Zl, 1887; Attended St. Igna- 
tius College, .\. B., A. M., Loyola Uni- 
versity, LL. B. ; married Miss Catherine 
B. Shay. October 12, 1915, Chicago, 111. 
admitted to the Bar, October, 1910; member 
North American Union, McKinley Council, 
I\nights of Columbus, University Council ; 
member of the firm Nash & Ahern ; en- 
gaged in general practice ; was instructor 
of common law pleading in Lovola Uni- 
versity 1912-1916. 



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FRANK ALDEN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 13. 1873, at Kirkwood, N. Y. ; 
graduate of Chicago College of Law; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1896; married Miss Augus- 
tine W. Gimbel, in 1908; member Circle 
Lodge No. 938, A. F. & A. M., Cook 
County Real Estate Board ; member Alden 
Kindred of America, being a lineal descend- 
ant of the ninth generation of John Alden 
and Priscilla Mullens, who came to Amer- 
ica in the Mayflower in 1620; divorce cases, 
chancery practice, and real estate litigation. 





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FRANK ALDEN 



WILLIAM TRACY ALDEN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 20, 1869 ; Northwestern Uni- 
versity Academy, Northwestern University, 
Literary department, class 1891, degree Ph. 
B. Law Department, class 1893, degree LL. 
B. ; Bachelor ; admitted to Bar, 1893 ; gen- 
eral solicitor for U. S. Fuel Adminis- 
tration at Washington during war ; mem- 
ber American, Chicago and State Bar 
Associations, University, Union League, 
Iroquois, South Shore, Glenview Golf, Law 
and Legal Clubs ; general practice ; mem- 
ber of firm of Alden, Latham & Young, 
Chicago, for over 20 years. 



WILLIAM TRACY ALDEN 



FRANCIS B. ALLEGRETTI 

Chicago 

Born March 21, 1881 ; graduate Hamilton 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1914; 
married Anna Allegretti, February 7, 1904, 
at Chicago ; member Italian organizations, 
Fraternities, Alpine Gun Club, Royal 
League, K. C. ; general practice, corpora- 
tions, trust companies and liability insur- 
ance; member of firm Allegretti, Shea & 
Gannon. 



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MAURICE ALSCHULER 

Chicago 

Born in Russia; graduate of John Mar- 
shall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1906; married Miss Rose Stein, Feb. 
25, 1917, at Chicago; member Knights of 
Pythias, Order B'Nai B'rith ; civil and 
corporation law. 



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BEN J. ALTHEIMER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 30, 1877, at Pine Bluff, Ark. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1899; married Miss Belle 
Mandel, Dec. 4. 1903, at Chicago ; member 
Iroquois and Covenant Clubs, Elks ; cor- 
poration and corporate refinancing. 




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HOWARD AMES 

Chicago 

Born October 19, 1869; attended Albany 
High School ; graduate Cornell University 
Ph. B. ; University of Goettingen, Ger- 
many, J. U. D. ; married Miss Ada Phillips, 
Kewanee, 111.. December 27, 1893 ; admitted 
New York Bar, 1893. Illinois Bar, 1893; 
member Illinois Athletic Club, Compass 
Lodge No. 922, Normal Park Chapter No. 
210 R. A. M., Woodlawn Council No. 92 
R. & S. M. 



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ROBERT LEWIS AMES 

Chicago 

Attended University of Michigan, B. S., 
Mechanical Engineering, Columbian Uni- 
versity (now George Washington Univer- 
sity), Washington, D. C, LL. M., National 
University, (Washington, D. C), LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, Illinois, 1906, District of 
Columbia, 1899; married Miss Ellen Jayne 
Durham of Washington, D. C, November, 
1900; member Hamilton Club; patent law. 




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G. BERNHARD ANDERSON 



SAMUEL J. ANDALMAN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 12, 1886, at Chicago; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School ; admitted to 
Bar, 1907; married Miss Sarah Jafife, Aug. 
6, 1911, at Chicago; Master in Chancery, 
Circuit Court of Cook County, Dec, 1918, to 
date; member Medinah Temple, A. A. O. N. 
M. S., Oriental Consistory, S. P. R. S., 
Ogden Park Lodge No. 897, A. F. & A. M., 
Elks, Odd Fellows, Knights of Pythias, 
Woodmen of the World, Columbian Circle, 
Woodmen Circle, B'Nai B'rith, Zionist Or- 
ganization of America, Covenant and Atlas 
Clubs, Cook County Real Estate Board, 
Chicago Bar Association, Lawyers Associa- 
tion of Illinois, Masters Associatioii oj. Illi- 
nois, Chicago Law Institute. 




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ROBERT LEWIS AMES 

G. BERNHARD ANDERSON 

Chicago 

Born April 19, 1867; attended Harvard 
University A. B., 1891, A. M. 1892, Upsala 
University, Sweden ; married Miss Alma C. 
Anderson March 16, 1893, Stockholm ; ad- 
mitted to the Bar, 1896; has been chairman 
of the Law Committee of the Legal Aid 
Society from 1915 to the present; Swedish 
Vice Consul from June, 1914, to date ; 
member of Kenwood Lodge A. F. & A. M. 
and University, Chicago and Harvard 
Clubs. 




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CARLOS S. ANDREWS 

THOMAS C AXGERSTEIN 

ChK AGO 

Born Xovember 10, 1886 ; Illinois College, 
Jacksonville, 111. ; University of Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B. ; bachelor; admitted 
to Bar, 1910; member American, Chicago 
and State Bar Associations, Illinois Athletic 
CIul). City Club of Chicago, Iliini Club, Art 
Institute, Phi Delta Phi, Order of the Coif, 
honorary oratorical fraternity Delia Sigma 
Rho; attorney for International Harvester 
Co., 1911-1912; associate trial attorney, 
1913-1914; began private practice, 1915- 
1917; member of Mac Chesney, Becker & 
Angerstein, 1917; general practice. 




CAKLOS S. ANDREWS 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 16, 1871, at Annawan. 111.; 
graduate of Doane College, A. B., North- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted t(j Bar, 1895; married Miss .Alice 
Belle Pollack. Oct. 17, 1907, at Chicago; 
member Hamilton and Skokie Country 
Clubs, Chicago Bar Association ; from 1898 
to 1911 memiier of law firm of Fassett and 
Andrews; at present member of firm of 
Culver, Andrews, King and Stitt. 




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THOMAS C. ANGERSTEIN 

CARL J. APPELL 

Chicago 

Born Galva, 111., November 11, 1875; A. 
B. and B. C. Augustana College, Rock 
Island, 111.. University of Chicago Ph. D. ; 
Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; married 
Miss Mary E. Powell (daughter of Lieut. 
Col. James Powell of Peoria), at Chicago, 
March 4, 1915; member Park Lodge No. 
843 A. F. & A. M., Park Chapter No. 213 
R. A. M., Illinois Commandery No. 12 
Knights Templar ; practiced law Peoria, 
1900 to 1903 ; Chicago, 1903 to present. 



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CARL J. APPELL 



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ELTON CLYDE ARMITAGE 

Chicago 

Born Odell, 111., December 30, 1871 ; grad- 
uated from Odell High School and at- 
tended Northern Illinois Normal College ; 
graduate of Law Department, University 
of Michigan, 1893. LL. B. ; married Miss 
Alice McConnell (deceased), Jan., 1896, at 
Milwaukee, Wis.; also Miss Dolores Chap- 
pelle, Sept. 16, 1916, Chicago, 111. ; admitted 
to the Bar, 1893; Past Alaster Exemplar 
Lodge No. 966 A. F. & A. M.; Past High 
Priest Lafayette Chapter No. 2 R. A. M.; 
Past T. I. M. Palestine Council No. 66 R. 
& S. M. ; recorder Apollo Commandery No. 
1 K. T. ; member Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations, Aryan Grotto, Oriental 
Consistory, Medinah Temple. 




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VICTOR P. -ARNOLD 



WILLIAM HENRY ARTHUR 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 27, 1868, at Dublin, Ireland; 
educated public and high schools in Chicago, 
Lake Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1893; assistant Corporation counsel 
City of Chicago, 1895-1902; member A. F. 
& A. M., Washington Chapter No. 43 R. 
A. M., Chicago Commanderv No. 19 K. T., 
Medinah Temple A. A. O. N. M. S., Park 
Ridge Country Club ; revised Chicago Code, 
1905 ; associated with Isham, Lincoln & 
Beale ; specialist in municipal law, taxation 
and legislative proceedings. 




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ELTON CLYDE ARMITAGE 

VICTOR p. ARNOLD 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago and resident continuous- 
ly ; admitted to Bar, 1897; inember of 1st 
Illinois Volunteer Cavalry, Spanish-Ameri- 
can War; Assistant State's Attorney. 1908- 
1912, elected Judge of Circuit Court, 1915 ; 
Presiding Judge of Juvenile Court since 
1916; was chairman of Legal Advisory 
Board District No. 61, Chicago; married; 
member of Union League, Hamilton, Park 
Ridge Clubs. Chicago Bar, Illinois State and 
.American Bar Associations and Law\-ers 
.Association of Illinois. 




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WILLIAM HENRY ARTHUR 



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■ EDWIN M. ASHCRAFT 

Chicago 

Born August 11, 1848; admitted to Bar. 
1873; married Miss Florence M. Moore, 
Belleville. 111.. March 16, 1875; member 
Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associations, 
Union League, Hamilton and Calumet 
Country Clubs. 



RAYMOND MOORE ASHCRAFT 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 9, 1876, at Vandalia, 111. ; grad- 
uate Vandalia public schools, Chicago Man- 
ual Training School, Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School, LL. B., Lake Forest 
University Law School. LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1897; married Miss Charleta Peck, 
Aug. 3, 1901, at Chicago; Chairman Selec- 
tive Service Board for Division 16, 1918; 
member Chicago, Illinois State and Ameri- 
can Bar Associations. Hamilton, Quad- 
rangle, City and Chikaming Country Clubs ; 
Trustee of Eleanor Association and Hahne- 
mann Hospital of Chicago; member of firm 
Ashcraft & Ashcraft; general practice. 




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RAYMOND MOORE ASHCRAFT 




HENRY M. ASHTON 

Chicago 

Born Arcadia. Wis., April 6, 1867; at- 
tended River Falls, Wis., Normal School; 
graduate University of Wisconsin; mar- 
ried, Chicago, 1917; admitted to Bar, 1899; 
Representative in Legislature of Illinois, 
3rd Senatorial District, 1912 to 1914; Spe- 
cial Counsel for City of Chicago under 
Mayor Dunne ; writer and advocate of 
municipal ownership of public utilities; 
member Masonic bodies and Lawyers Asso- 
ciation of Illinois. 



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CHARLES A. ATKINSON 

Chicago 

Born in Webster, Ohio ; graduate of 
Ohio University, A. M.; admitted to Bar, 
1875; married Miss Florence B. Gilliland, 
Dec. 24, 1876. at Jackson. O. ; Prosecutine 
Attorney, Jackson Co., Ohio, 1877-1890; 
City Attorney. Lincohi, Neb., 1893-1894; 
Special U. S. Attorney, 1898-1899; member 
Kenwood Club; general counsel Federal 
Life Ins. Co. of Chicago. 



WILLIAM R. BACH 

Bloomington 

Born Dec. 10, 1871 ; graduate of Illinois 
Wesleyan University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1894; married Miss Lelia 
F. Means, June 17. 1897, at Bloomington ; 
City Attorney, Bloomington, 1897-1901 ; 
State's Attorney McLean County, 1905-1913; 
Park Commissioner of Bloomington for ten 
years; 33° Mason, Odd Fellow, Woodman, 
Bloomington Club, Illinois State Bar Asso- 
ciation, general attorney of Illinois Grain 
Dealers Association for past 15 years ; cor- 
poration and real estate law. 



OTTO BAER 

Chicago 

Born in Germany, Sept. 8, 1884; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School; admitted to 
Bar, 1911; married Miss Estelle Koelsch, 
July 15, 1915, at Chicago; member Key- 
stone Lodge No. 639, Masons, Knights of 
Pythias, National Union, Woodmen of the 
World; member of firm Hurley & Baer; 
general practice. 




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FRANK BAGLEY 

JOHN EZRA BAKER 

Chicago 

Born May 2i, 1876. at St. Paris, Ohio; 
graduate of Ohio W'esleyan University, 
Ohio State University, A. B., LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar in Ohio, 1898; Illinois, 1898; 
married Miss Elisa1)eth Alexander, April 
30, 1907, at Chicago ; member University, 
Chicago Yacht and Onwentsia Clubs, Chi- 
cagt Athletic Association, Masons, Chicago 
Bar Association ; general practice ; member 
firm of Baker & Holder. 




FRANK BAGLEY 

Chicago 

Born Big Rapids, Michigan, Nov. 16, 
1878; attended University of Michigan for 
one year ; graduated Chicago Kent College 
of Law in 1917 vvitli degree LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to the Bar in Octol)er, 1917. 




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BAKER BALDRIDGE 

Chicago 

Born April 15, 1886; graduate Asbury 
College, A. B., University of Virginia, LL. 
B., George Washington University, Univers- 
ity of Chicago ; admitted to Bar at Wash- 
ington, D. C, 1915; married Miss Hallie 
Henderson Baldwin, Aug. 3, 1905, at Roa- 
noke, Va. ; in Philippine Government Serv- 
ice, 1907-1913, War Department, Washing- 
ton, 1913-1915; member Masons, Ashlar 
Club (Washington. D. C), Panay Club, 
Iloilo. P. L ; member of firm Heth, Bald- 
ridge, Lister & Monson. 



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HENRY R. BALDWIN 

Chicago 

Born in McHenry County, 111. ; edu- 
cated public schools ; undergraduate of 
Northern Indiana Normal School ; married 
Nettie C. Borden at Crystal Lake. 111. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar more than 25 years ago; 
member Chicago, Illinois State and Ameri- 
can Bar Associations, Hamilton, City and 
Union League Clubs ; for about 20 years 
was law partner of brother, Jesse A. Bald- 
win, until the latter was elected to the Cir- 
cuit Court bench. 




JESSE A. BALDWIN 



ROBERT ROGERS BALDWIN 

Chicago 

Born Clinton, Iowa, Jan. 14, 1860; at- 
tended Baldwin Public School, Clinton, la. ; 
LL. B. State University of Iowa ; admitted 
to the Bar, 1884; City Solicitor, Clinton, 
la.; Lincoln Park Commissioner, 1917; 
member of American, Illinois and Chicago 
Bar Associations ; former secretary of 
Finance Committee, Municipal Voters 
League ; member of the Society of the 
Cincinnati S. A. R. ; Military Order of 
Foreign Wars ; Secretary Mason K. T. ; 
member of City Club. 




HENRY R. BALDWIN 

JESSE A. BALDWIN 
Chicago 
Born Aug. 9, 1854, at Greenwood, 111. ; 
educated common schools and short term at 
University of Illinois ; admitted to Bar, 
1877; married Miss Fannie M. Benton, Jan. 
29, 1879, at Greenwood, 111.; Asst. U. S. 
Attorney in Chicago, 1877-1884, Judge Cir- 
cuit Court, 1909; served as Justice of Appel- 
late Court, 1910, 1912, re-elected Circuit 
Judge, 1915 ; has been Town Attor- 
ney, President of Board of Education and 
Trustee of Librar\^ Institute of Oak Park. 
111. ; trustee of University of Chicago, Rush 
Medical College and Central Free Dispen- 
sary; member of Union League, Hamilton, 
Chicago, City, Quadrangle and Oak Park 
Country Clubs. 




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FARLIN H. BALL 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 19, 1872; Oak Park Grade and 
high schools, University of Wisconsin, A. 
B., Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1898; married Miss Laura Frances 
Leonard, Oak Park, 111., April 23, 1903; 
Master in Chancery Circuit Court since 
December, 1912; member Union League, 
City, Oak Park Country and River Forest 
Tennis Clubs ; practice corporation and 
real estate law, lately only chancery. 



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FARLIN H. BALL 



ARTHUR L. BALLAS 

Chicago 

Born Genoa Junction, Wis., June 15, 1882; 
attended University of Michigan, John 
Marshall Law School. LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1908; married Miss Mary E. Earey, 
Chicago, 111.. August, 1913; engaged in 
general practice. 





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ARTHUR L. BALLAS 



FREDERICK A. BANGS 

Chicago 

Born April 3, 1865 ; attended N. W. Uni- 
versity Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1886 ; 
married Miss Ruth Tileston. Oct. 3, 1893, at 
Chicago, 111. ; President West Park Com- 



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THOMAS A. BANNING, JR. 

Chicago 

Born April 12, 1886; graduate of Armour 
Institute of Technology (Electrical Engi- 
neering), Chicago Kent College of Law; 
admitted to Bar, 1912; married Margery A. 
Alchorn, Oct. 23, 1915; patent and trade 
mark law. 



THOMAS A. BANNING, SR. 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 16, 1851; graduate of High- 
land University (Kansas), A. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1875 ; married Sarah J. Hubbard, 
Dec. 21, 1875, at Highland, Kan.; member 
of firm Banning & Banning; formerly gen- 
eral practice, but now patents, trade marks, 
copyright and unfair business competition. 
Practice is confined to Federal Courts. 




BERNARD P. BARASA 

Chicago 

Born April 15, 1878, at Negaunee, Mich.; 
graduate of University of Michigan and 
Chicago Kent College of Law ; admitted to 
Bar, 1905 ; married Aliss Edith N. Gazzolo, 
Oct. 18, 1905, at Chicago; Judge Municipal 
Court, Chicago ; general practice. 



BERNARD P. BARASA 



JAMES J. BARBOUR 

Chicago 

Born Hartford, Conn., Dec. 28, 1869 
married Miss Lillian Clayton, Sept. 1 
1891, in Chicago; admitted to Bar in 1890 
Asst. States Attorney from 1903 to 1908 
State Senator, 1916; president of Illinois 
Institute Criminology and Criminal Pro- 
cedure, 1919; director of American Insti- 
tute; member Park Lodge No. 843 A. F. & 
A. M., Evanston Golf Club, American, State 
and Chicago Bar Associations. 




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BERNARD RARNARD 



JAMES M. BARNES 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 29, 1858; attended University 
of Michigan ; married Dec. 25, 1884, Roch- 
ester, Mich. : admitted to Bar, 1895 ; meml)er 
Union League Club, Chicago, City Club of 
Ciiicat^o. University Club, Evanston. 




BERNARD BARNARD 

Chicago 

Born April 16, 1887; LL. B. John Mar- 
shall Law School; married Miss Minette 
Enid Neil)urger, Oct. 6, 1918, Detroit, 
Michigan; admitted to Bar in 1911; official 
Inlieritance Tax Reporter, 1905-1906; asst. 
Secretary Chicago Vice Commission, 1910- 
1911; member Damascus Lodge A. E. & 
A. M., Oriental Consistory No. 3207, Me- 
dinah Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S. ; member 
firm Rathje, Weseman, Hinckley & Bar- 
nard ; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Fort Sheridan Association. Served in 
World War from August, 1917, to January, 
1919. 




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JAMES M. BARNES 



MARVIN E. BARN HART 

Chicago 

Born Cass Count}', Ind., June 17, 1869; 
public school, Rochester, Ind., High School. 
University of Michigan, LL. B. ; married 
Leida Drury Ford, July 19. 1919. Buffalo, 
N. Y; admitted to Bar, 1893; assistant 
State's .Attorney, 1912 to present ; member 
Iroquois, Skokie Country Clubs, Delta Chi 
Fraternity (College), Mason; general prac- 
tice as partner of Judge William N. Gem- 
mill and Judge Charles M. Foell until ap- 
pointed assistant state's attorney. 



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HARRY H. BARNUM 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 23, 1879, at Chicago ; graduate 
of University of Michigan, 1903, Chicago 
Kent College of Law, Lake Forest Univers- 
ity, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1903 ; mar- 
ried Miss Edith Beach, June 2, 1913, at 
Winnetka, 111. ; member City Club, Delta 
Chi Fraternity, Chicago Bar Association ; 
member of firm Rubens, Fischer, Mosser & 
Barnum ; general office, probate and corpor- 
ation practice. 





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HARRY H. BARNUM 



CHARLES V. BARRETT 

Chicago 

Born in Chicago ; attended Froebel 
School, Joseph Medill High School, LL. B., 
University of Illinois ; married Miss Helen 
\. Colahan, June 2, 1909, in Chicago; ad- 
mitted to Bar in 1903 ; Assistant State's 
Attorney, 1907-1912; member Board of Re- 
view, 1918 to date ; member of Illinois 
Athletic Club, Chicago Bar Association, 
Order of the Coif, Honorary Legal Fra- 
ternity. 



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CHARLES V. BARRETT 



GEORGE F. BARRETT 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago, 111., July 14, 1879; at- 
tended West Division High School, gradu- 
ated University of Illinois. LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1900; married Miss Mary F. 
Sullivan at Chicago, Jan. 30, 1907; elected 
Judge of the Circuit Court, 1915 to 1921 ; 
Master in Chancery Superior Court, 1907- 
1912; member of Union League Club, 
Knights of Columbus. Royal League, Chi- 
cago Lodge No. 4 B. P. of E. 




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GERALD BARKY 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 2. 1880, in Ireland ; graduate 
St. \'ictor College, Chicago Law School, 
A. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1901; married Mis.s 
Anna Langan, 1903. at Chicago; Assistant 
Attorney Sanitary District, 1901-1910; As- 
sistant Corporation Counsel, 1911; Assistant 
City Attorney, 1914-1915; Special Assistant 
Attorney General, 1919; member Knights of 
Columbus ; general practice. 



RUPERT BARRY 

Chicago 

Born Muskegon, Mich., August 29, 1876; 
St. Ignatius College, Chicago A. B ; Uni- 
versity of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar. 1900; married Miss Mary Genevieve 
Healy. February 21, 1905, Chicago ; member 
Chicago Bar Association, Knights of Co- 
lumbus. Irish Fellowship Clul), Hamilton 
Club, and Delta Upsilon. 





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BEXXISOX F. BARTEL 

Chic.vgo 

Born Weaverville, Calif., March 2, 1882; 
LL. B. Lake Forest University, 1904; mar- 
ried Miss Jeannette M. Fowler, April 26, 
1905, at Chicago, 111. ; admitted to Bar. Oct. 
14, 1907; was in newspaper business in 
Muscatine, la., and in Chicago prior to en- 
gaging in practice of law. 



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MARY M. BARTELME 

Chicago 

Born in Chicago; graduate of North- 
western University of Law Dept. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1894; unmarried; Public Guardian, 
Cook County, 1897-1913; Assistant to Judge 
of Juvenile Court, 1913 to date ; member 
of Chicago, Illinois State and Women's 
Bar Associations, Chicago Woman's, 
Woman's City, Cordon and Every Day 
Clubs. Political Equality League ; probate 
practice almost exclusively until took up 
Juvenile Court position. 




CHARLES LIAXOLX BARTLETT 



CLARENCE J. BASSLER 

Chicago 

Born March 13, 1887, at Chicago ; gradu- 
ate of Lewis Institute, Western College of 
Law, LL. B., Chicago Kent College of 
Law, LL. M.; admitted to Bar, 1911; 
married in 1910 at Chicago ; member Ori- 
ental Consistory and Shrine. Hamilton 
Club and Chicago Bar Association ; member 
of firm Bassler, Bippus & Rose; corpora- 
tion law. 




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MARY M. BARTELME 

CHARLES LINCOLN BARTLETT 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 4. 1860, at Alorris, 111.; gradu- 
ate Brown University, 1882, A. B. ; degree 
A. M. same university, 1890; married Miss 
Marie M. Baker. March 23. 1895, Chicago; 
admitted to Bar, 1885 ; member of Univers- 
ity Club, Chicago, Evanston Club, Glen 
View Club, Chicago, Illinois and American 
Bar Associations ; general counsel and direc- 
tor of Chicago Title & Trust Co.; asso- 
ciated with latter company for more than 
25 years. 




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ALBEN F. BATES 



JEANETTE BATES 

Chicago 

Born at Stanwood, la. ; graduate Buffalo 
State Xormal (N. Y.), University of Chi- 
cago, Ph. B., 1903, Northwestern Univers- 
ity School of Law, LL. B., 1908; admitted 
to Bar. 1908; Asst. Attorney General, 1916; 
member Illinois State and Chicago'Bar As- 
sociations, Cordon and Woman's City Club; 
general practice. 




ALBEN F. BATES 

Chicago 

Born July 13, 1886. at Elmhurst, III.; 
graduate of Lewis Institute, Lake Forest 
College, Northwestern University Law 
School, B. L. ; admitted to Bar, 1911; mar- 
ried Miss Lucie Glos, July 15, 1911, Elm- 
hurst, 111.; secy., Elmhurst Commercial 
Club; city attorney, 1913 to date; member 
Elmhurst Golf Club, A. F. & A. M. No. 
941, Knights Templar and Shrine; realty 
taxation matters. 




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JEANETTE BATES 



LESTER L. BAUER 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 10, 1887, at Schenectadj-. N. Y.; 
graduate of Northwestern University, Chi- 
cago-Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1910; married Miss Essie Block, of Port- 
land, Oregon, June 28, 1913. at Chicago; 
general practice in state and federal courts. 



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WILLIAM B. BAUER 

Chicago 

Born December 25, 1891, in New York; 
attended Burroughs Pulilic School, Wendell 
Phillips High School and John Marshall 
Law School; married Miss Fannet Fein, 
Sept. 8, 1916, at Crown Point. Ind. : ad- 
mitted to tlie Bar in 1913 ; member Show- 
man's League of America. 




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EDWIN FISHER BAYLEY 



BARNARD JULES BAUMER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 27, 1870, at Chicago; gradu- 
ate Northwestern University Law School, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1892 ; married 
Miss Marie Agnes Bercher, Nov. 14, 1894, 
at Chicago ; Professor of Real Property 
Law, Abstracting and Conveyancing, Loy- 
ola University Law School for 5 vears ; 
1889-1899 1st Inf. I. N. G., in command of 
Co. "K", campaign Santiago de Cuba ; 
member Knights of Columbus, C. O. F., 
Society of the Army of Santiago de Cuba, 
Naval and Military Order of Spanish- 
American War, Commander Columbia 
Camp No. 2 U. S. W. V., Past Commander 
of Commanders' Assn. Cook Co., U. S. W. 
v., Chicago and Illinois State Bar Assns., 
Lawyers Assn. of 111., Cook Co. Real Estate 
Board ; corporation, chancery, probate, real 
estate law principally. 




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WILLIAM B. BAUER 

EDWIN FISHER BAYLEY 

Chicago 

Born June 11, 1845. at Manlius, N. Y. ; 
graduate of Ripon College (Wis.), Amherst 
College (Mass.), A. B., 1868, St. Louis Law 
School, LL. B., 1870, degree Ijy Washing- 
ton University; admitted to Bar, 1870; mar- 
ried Miss Anna Katherine Ober, Nov. 15, 
1876, at Chicago ; member Kenwood, Union 
League, University, Ontwcntsia and Indian 
Hill Clubs, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations ; general practice, principally 
real estate and pro))ate matters. 




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ALFRED W. BAYS 

Chicago 

Born July 12, 1876; graduate of Knox 
College, B. S., Northwestern University 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1904 ; married Miss Anna Carnahan, at Chi- 
cago; member City Club, Mason; general 
practice. 



ELMER E. BEACH 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 19. 1861 ; educated in country 
schools in Northern Michigan, high school, 
Grand Rapids. University of Michigan, B. 
A.; admitted to Bar, 1888; married; mem- 
ber Chicago Athletic Association, Exemplar 
Lodge No. 966 A. F. & A. M., Park Chapter 
No. 213 R. A. M.. Medinah Temple, A. A. 
O. N. M. S., Bloomington Consistory, Ma- 
sonic Standard Club, S. G. W. of the Grand 
Lodge A. ¥. & A. M. of Illinois ; general 
practice; member of firm Beach & Beach. 





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ELMER E. BEACH 



RAYMOND WALTER BEACH 

Chic.\go 

Born Nov. 29, 1863, at Percival, Iowa ; 
graduate of University of Michigan, B. S., 
(C. E.). 1886, LL. B., 1889, J. D. 1910; 
admitted to Bar, 1889; married Miss Jennie 
Healy, Oct. 4, 1892, at Chicago ; member 
Chicago. Illinois State and American Bar 
Associations, Edgewater Golf Club, Chicago 
Athletic Association, Masonic Fraternity; 
corporation law and general practice ; mem- 
ber of firm Beach & Beach. 



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HERBERT W. BECKER 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111., Nov. 20, 1891 ; Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, A. B., University of 
Chicago Law School, Kent College of Law ; 
admitted to Bar, 1916; married Miss Anne 
Butler, June 29, 1916. at Chicago, 111.; 
attorney for Chicago Title & Trust Co. ; 
professor of real estate law, John Marshall 
Law School. 




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LOUIS L. BECKER 



WILLIAM H. BECKMAN 

Chicago 

Born May 15, 1872, at Arthur, 111.; at- 
tended Weslyan University, University of 
Illinois, Kent College of Law ; admitted to 
Bar, 1896; married Miss Adeline M. LeRoy, 
June 28, 1908, at Chicago; Chairman Local 
Board No. 51, Colonel 4th Reg. 111. Re- 
serve Militia ; member Oriental Consistory, 
Medinah Temple, Illinois Athletic, Univers- 
ity and Westmoreland Golf Club; Spanish- 
American war veteran; member of firm of 
Beckman, Cottrell & Phillips ; corporation, 
chancery and probate practice. 




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HERBERT W. BECKER 



LOUIS L. BECKER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 1, 1889; graduate Washburne 
(public) School; attended Medill High 
School, John Marshall Law School and 
Northwestern University Law School, LL. 
B., 1913 ; married Miss Gertrude A. Rubin, 
Chicago, Jan. 14, 1917; member Chicago 
Bar Association, Lawyers Association of 
Illinois and Garland Lodge K. of P. ; gen- 
eral practice ; specializes in corporation 
matters. 




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W.M.TKR KL'GENE BKKBE 



LOUIS J. BKHAX 

Chicago 

Born Xew Orleans. La.. March 10. 1878; 
attfii(k-(l public schools and Jesuit College, 
N'tsv Orleans, Law Department, Lake For- 
est University, Chicago; married Miss 
Louise Hull at Chicago, 111., 1901 ; admitted 
to Bar in 1899; was .Assistant County .At- 
torney. 1907-1910; Master in Chancery, Cir- 
cuit Court, 1914 to date; meml)er .American. 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar .Associations, 
City Clul). South Shore Country Club. Elks 
and Knights of Columbus; general prac- 
tice. 



WALTER EUGENE BEEBE 

Chicago 

Born May 20. 1869; attended Northwest- 
ern University, Chicago College of Law, 
LL. B., Lake l*"orest University; married 
Mi.ss Katherine Krausgrill, June 21, 1896, at 
Evanston. 111.; admitted to the Bar in 1899; 
wa.s memi)er of 44th General Assembly, Illi- 
nois Legislature, 1905-06; Chicago Charter 
Convention, 1906; Law Department, Sani- 
tary District, 1906-1919; member Knights 
of Pythias, Woodmen of the World, Royal 
League, Landmark No. 422 A. F. & A. M., 
F'airview Chapter No. 161 R. A. M., Mont- 
joie Commandery No. 53 K. T., Hamilton 
Club; has specialized in law of damages 
and defended the Sanitary District in the 
immense litigation resulting from the drain- 
age canal. 




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I.OL'IS J. BEHAX 



IRA C. B ELD EN 

Chicago 

Born Kaneville, 111., July 2, 1871 ; Uni- 
ver.sity of Michigan, Ph. B. ; married Miss 
Cornelia M. Kendall, Dec. 25, 1913, .Aurora, 
III.; admitted to Bar, 1894; member Chi- 
cago Bar .Association, B. P. O. E (Elks); 
with C. & N. W. R. R. ; railroad law prac- 
tice. 



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ANDREW MILLER BELFIELD 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 6, 1873 ; graduate of Chicago 
Manual Training School, Purdue Univers- 
ity, B. M. E., Northwestern University Law 
School, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1894; 
married Miss Elizabeth T. Mills, June 21, 
1911, at Boston, Mass.; Pres. Hyde Park 
Men's Club, 1906-1908; member Union 
League, Indian Hill, and Chicago Law 
Clubs, Chicago Bar Association, Military 
Order of Loyal Legion, Chicago Patent 
Law Assn., Sigma Nu Fraternity; patent, 
trade mark and copyright law. 





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FRANK L. BELKNAP 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 3, 1881 ; University of Michi- 
gan, LL. B. ; married Miss Jane I. Tucker 
at Chicago, 1911; admitted to Bar in 1905; 
member Illinois Athletic Club, Midday 
Clul:). Chicago Bar Association, Chicago 
Law Institute ; patent counsel. 



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FRANK L. BELKNAP 



LAIRD BELL 

Chicago 

Born Winona, Minn., April 6, 1883 ; Har- 
vard University, A. B., University of Chi- 
cago, J. D. ; married Miss Nathalie Fair- 
bank at Hubbard Woods, 111., Nov. 11, 
1909; admitted to Bar, 1907; member Chi- 
cago Bar Assn., University Club, Law Club, 
Legal Club; member of firm Fisher, Boy- 
den, Kales & Bell. 



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LUTHER W. BENSON 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 4. 1886; Chicago Kent College 
of Law, LL. B. ; married Miss Esther M. 
Mdlin at Wheaton. 111., Oct. 12, 1912; ad- 
mitted to the Bar in 1912; member Chicago 
Bar .Assn.. Lafayette Chapter R. A. M., 
\Vm. McKinley Lodge A. F. & A. M.. V. M. 
Burroughs Lodge K. of P. ; member Com- 
mittee on Laws, Grand Council Royal Ar- 
canum of Illinois ; Law Lecturer at Walton 
School of Commerce ; engaged in general 
practice of law as member of firm Benson 
& Fitch. 




WILLIAM OSBORN BELT 

Chic ACQ 

Born May 18, 1870. at Wasiiington, D. C; 
graduate of Columbian University, LL. B., 
and LL. M.; admitted to Bar, 1892; mar- 
ried Miss Cora L. Wood, June 6, 1890, at 
Morrison, 111.; member Union League, 
Ouilmette Countrj-, Skokie Country and 
University (Washington, D. C), Clubs, 
Wilmette Lodge A. F. & A. M., Oriental 
Consistory, Medinah Temple; patent, trade 
mark and copyright law. 




LUTHER W. BENSON 



LEON A. BEREZNIAK 

Chicago 

Born in Odessah, Russia, in 1873; at- 
tended Imperial Russian University of St. 
Petersburg, the Gjmnasium of Odessah, 
University of Illinois Law School, A. B. 
and LL. B. ; married Miss Marie Davis 
at Chicago, 111., Aug. 15. 1898; admitted 
to Bar, 1909; member of the Indiana, Illi- 
nois and U. S. Supreme Court Bar ; member 
of Literary Society; President of the 
Kishineff League. 



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GORDON BERG 

Chicago 

Born September 11, 1888; West Division 
Higii School, Chicago, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, College of Liberal Arts and College 
of Law, LL. B. ; married Miss Lietta E. 
Reed, November 26, 1913, Chicago; admitted 
to Bar, April 3, 1912; attorney for consuls 
of Mexico and Panama, 1913-1914; special 
attorney for village of Oak Park, 1912; 
member Chicago and Illinois State Bar 
Assns. ; Past Alaster Central Lodge No. 42, 
I. O. S. ; secretary and director Swedish 
Societies. Old People's Home Assn., 1918- 
1920; Justice and member of, in 1910, Fuller 
Chapter Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity 
and Alumnal Chapter of Chicago; Delta 
Upsilon Law Fraternity andAlumni Assn., 
King Oscar Lodge No. 855 A. F. & A. M., 
Chapter No. 219 R. A. M. ; served as mem- 
ber Legal Advisory Board, District 79 ; or- 
ganized Company of L V. T. C, serving as 
captain. 




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GORDON BERG 




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HENRY A. BERGER 



WILLIAM B. BERGER 

Chicago 

Born Chicago. 111.. Jan. 23, 1892 : attended 
Chicago Kent College ; married Miss Fran- 
ces Lipsitz at Chicago, Oct. 12, 1915; ad- 
mitted to Bar. 1915; member Niagara 
Lodge, A. F. & A. M.. No. 992, Chicago 
Lodge B. P. O. E.. and Covenant Club. 



HENRY A. BERGER 

Chicago 

Admitted to Bar, 1907; married Miss 
Dorothy Cole, April 15, 1913, at Chicago; 
Assistant Corporation Counsel. 1911-1912; 
Assistant State's Attorney, 1912-1919; mem- 
ber Iroquois and Covenant Clubs. A. F. & 
A. M. ; general practice. 




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ALECK L. BERNSTEIM 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 22. 1885; graduate of Xorth- 
wc^terii Ciiiversitv. LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar. 1909: married Miss Ethel D. Reiiuvald, 
Oct. 8. 191f). at Chicago; member Engle- 
wood CIul), Odd Eellows, I. O. O. P., I. O. 
B. B.. Biekur Cholem ; corporation, real 
e.state, probate and general practice. 




EDWARD BERKSON 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 6, 1884, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago-Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1909; married Miss Min- 
nie Gordon. Nov. 22, 1910; member East 
(3ate Lodge No. 923. A. F. & A. M. ; B'Nai 
B'rith ; civil law, real estate and corpora- 
tion work. 




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ALECK L. BERNSTEIN 



FRED BERNSTEIN 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago, 111.; attended Litera- 
ture Department, University of Michigan, 
for two years and John Marshall Law 
School; married Miss Lillie Grcenberg at 
Chicago, 111., May 30. 1909; admitted to 
Bar in 1905; Master in Chancery, Superior 
Court, from Dec, 1918. to date; Mason, 
member of Independent Order B'Nai B'rith, 
Biekur Cholem, Covenant Club of Chicago, 
Iroquois Club of Chicago. 



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FRANK H. BICEK 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 16, 1886, at Chicago; gradtiate 
of Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1907 ; married Miss Sylvia M. 
Beranek, Mav 2, 1910, at Casco, Wis.; Clerk 
Justice Court, 1903-1906, Chief Deputy 
Clerk, Probate Court, 1914 ; member Chi- 
cago and Illinois State Bar Assns., Chicago 
Law Institute, Knights of Columbus, Cath- 
olic Workman and a number of Bohemian 
fraternal and literary societies ; attorney and 
director Adams State Bank, Supreme Coun- 
sellor Catholic Workman. 





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FRANK H. BICEK 



ARTHUR H. BIESTERFELD 

Elgin 

Born Alay 18. 1888; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Michigan; admitted to Bar, 1910; 
married Miss Lillian McAndrews, June 23, 
1914, at Elgin. 111. ; Kane County super- 
visor ; attorney for Elgin Merchants Assn. ; 
general practice. 



ARTHUR H. BIKSTERFEI.D 



LUTHER F. BINKLEY 

Chicago 

Born at Marion, 111. ; attended grade and 
high schools at Marion, 111., University of 
Chattanooga, (Tenn.), LL. B., Chattanooga 
College of Law ; married at Crown Point, 
Ind., July 23, 1914; admitted to Bar in 
Tennessee in 1911, to Illinois Bar in 1912; 
was Legal Secretary of House of Repre- 
sentatives of 48th General Assembly in 1913. 



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JOHN' D. BLACK 



JOHN D. BLACK 

Chicago 

Born at Urhana, 111., Sept. 11, 1872; at- 
tended public schools, Danville, 111., and 
Wasliington. D. C, Columbian University 
Law School (Washington, D. C), and Har- 
vard Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1896 ; 
married Miss Ella Louise Love, 1911, at 
New York City; general solicitor Chicago 
Junction Railroad, United States Railroad 
Administration. 1918; member Chicago, 
Mid-Da3% Saddle and Cycle, Chicago Auto- 
mobile Clubs and Loyal Legion ; member of 
firm Winston, Strawn & Shaw. 



SAMUEL BLAIR 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 22, 1886. in Russia; graduate 
of Chicago Kent College of Law, Northern 
Illinois University. LL. B., LL. M.; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1915; member Independent 
Order B'rith Sholoni (7th Deputy Grand 
Master of said Order). Independent Order 
B'rith Abraham. Independent Order B'nai 
B'rith ; general practice. 





SAMUEL BLAIR 



HENRY L. BLIM 

Chic.\go 

Born March 2, 1885, at Salem, Wis.; 
graduate of Chicago Law School ; admitted 
to Bar, 1909; married Miss Isabel C. Shan- 
non, Nov. 23, 1910, at Chicago; instructor 
in Equity Jurisprudence. Chicago Law 
School, 1914-1918, City Attorney of Park 
Ridge, 111., 1919 to date ; member Chicago 
Bar Assn. ; general practice. 



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ELIAKIM RAYMOND BLISS 

Chicago 

Born New Brunswick, N. J., September 
3, 1846; attended University of Lewisburg, 
Pa., and old University of Chicago, A. M., 
Columbian University, Washington, D. C, 
1873, LL. B. ; married Miss Margaret 
Holmes, Chicago, 1880; admitted to Bar, 
1873 ; county attorney. Cook County, 1882- 
1884 and 1886-1889; 33° Mason; member 
Union League, South Shore Country Clubs 
and Chicago Bar Assn. ; Judge Advocate 
General, L N. G. ; retired. 




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ELIAKIM RAYMOND BLISS, JR. 



MAX N. BLOCK 

Chicago 

Born August 3, 1881 ; grammar school ; 
high school ; comrriercial college ; John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; married Miss 
Sarah L. Osherman, August 29. 1909, Chi- 
cago ; admitted to Bar, 1905 ; member 
Pinzon Lodge, Colurfibian Circle, Humboldt 
Tent K. O. T. M., Beaconsfield Lodge, 
K. of P., Covenant Club of Chicago, 
Elks Club of Chicago ; specializes in law 
of real property and conveyancing. 




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ELIAKIM RAYMOND BLISS 



ELIAKIM RAYMOND BLISS, JR. 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, July 1, 1885; grammar 
schools, Chicago; graduate University High 
School, University of Chicago, Ph. B., Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; mar- 
ried Miss Lila Tollifson, Oct., 1914, Chi- 
cago, 111.; admitted to Bar, 1912; member 
Press Club, Advertising Assn. of Chicago ; 
associate member Chicago Real Estate 
Board, Chicago Law Institute, Chicago Bar 
Assn., Chicago Historical Soc, Art Insti- 
tute, Chicago; Legal Advisor, U. S. Selec- 
tive Service System, 1917-1918. 




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SAMUEL BLOCK 

Chicago 

Born Peoria, 111., June 17. 1873; at- 
tended ])ul)lic schools of Peoria; admitted 
to Bar, 1895; practiced law, Peoria, 10 
years, in Chicago, fourteen years ; mem- 
l)er \foose and Knights of the Maccabees. 



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SA.MLKI. BLOCK 



GALE BLOCKI 

Chicago 

Bern Dec. 22, 1870 ; graduate Chicago 
College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 1895 ; 
married Miss Lucile Hamilton. Oct. 26, 
1908. at Chicago: meml)er Hamilton and 
South Shore Country Clubs, American, Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Assns., Royal 
League; member of firm Tinsman & Block;; 
general practice. 




EDWARD G. BLONDER 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 6, 1892; graduate of University 
of Chicago (Liberal Arts), Northwestern 
University Law School ; admitted to Bar, 
1915; member The Mace, Delta Sigma Phi. 
Fortitude Lodge. A. F. & A. M., B'Nai 
B'rith and Chicago Bar Assn. ; corpora- 
tion, commercial and real estate law. 



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JOHN A. BLOOMINGSTON 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111., April 28, 1874; at- 
tended Pennsylvania Military College and 
University of Michigan ; admitted to Bar, 
1897 ; married Miss Edna Fowler, 1903, at 
Chicago ; member University, South Shore 
Country and Flossmoor Country Clubs, also 
Masonic orders ; general practice. 




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ISADORE S. BLUMENTHAL 



DWIGHT S. BOBB 

Chicago 

Born Dakota, 111., July 19, 1876; graduate 
of Northwestern University, A. B., Har- 
vard University, A. M. and LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, Massachusetts, 1903, Illinois, 
1904; bachelor; member University (Chi- 
cago). City, University (Evanston), Ex- 
moor Country, Evanston, Madison and Har- 
vard (New York) Clubs, Chicago, Illi- 
nois State and American Bar Assns., Chi- 
cago Equestrian Assn., American Economic 
Assn., National Economic League ; member 
of firm Adams, Childs. Bobb & Wescott, 
director of various corporations ; banking, 
insurance, real estate and corporation law. 




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TOHN A. RLOOMIXGSTOX 



ISADORE S. BLUMENTHAL 

Chicago 

Born at Leavenv.-ortli, Kan. ; attended 
pulilic schools of Chicago, Lake Forest 
University, Chicago Kent College of Law. 
LL. B. ; married Miss Rubie Radzinski at 
Chicago. III., Feb. 3, 1909; admitted to Bar, 
Oct. 21, 1901 ; member A. F. & A. M., Ham- 
ilton Clul), Western Economic Society, Chi- 
cago and Illinois Bar Assns. ; general prac- 
tice, corporation, real estate and commer- 
CT.l !av/. 




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JOHN A. BOBRASKE 

Chicago 

Born April 8, 1890, at St. Joseph, Mo. ; 
graduate of John Marshall Law School; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1914; married Miss Josephine 
Gollnick, July 17, 1912, at Chicago; member 
Parkway Lodge No. 1008 A. F. & A. M. ; 
general practice. 



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JOHN A. BOBRASKE 



R. W. BODDINGHOUSE 

Chicago 

Born July 18. 1859; attended Berlin and 
Bonn Universities ; admitted to Bar in 
1896; has been member of New Trier 
Township High School Board and Wil- 
mette Library Board ; member of Iroquois 
Club and Illinois State Bar Assn. ; secre- 
tary of Chicago Title & Trust Co. (De- 
cieased.) 





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R. W. BODDINGHOUSE 



CHARLES C. BODENSTAB 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 24. 1881 : attended grammar 
school, Bryant & Stratton Business Col- 
lege. Chicago Law School. Harney Medical 
College; married Miss Pauline R. Grote at 
Reedsburg. Wis.. Aug. 18. 1909; admitted 
to Bar in 1903 ; attorney for Austin Busi- 
ness Men's Assn. and Evangelical Lutheran 
Church Synod. 



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EDWARD J. BOHAC 

Chicago 

Born March 18, 1896; graduate of Chi- 
cago Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1917; bachelor; member Phi Alpha Delta 
Law Fraternity, Thomas Aquinas Knights 
of Columbus ; real estate and probate prac- 
tice. 





EDWARD J. BOHAC 



JOHN F. BOLTON 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1909; 
married Miss Anna Doherty, Sept. 16, 1914, 
at Chicago ; Assistant Attorney Sanitary 
District, 1913 to date; member Knights of 
Columbus, Iroquois and Illinois Athletic 
Clubs ; general practice. 



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JOHN F. BOLTON 



CLARENCE N. BOORD 

Springfield 

Born Nov. 5, 1870, in Fountain County, 
Ind. ; graduate of University of Michigan, 
LL. B., 1904; admitted to Bar, 1904; mar- 
ried Alarie Harrison Peck, Aug. 16. 1909, 
at Peoria, 111. ; Assistant Corporation Coun- 
sel, 1907-1911; Assistant Attorney General, 
1917 to date ; member Knights of Pythias, 
Chicago Bar Assn. ; municipal constitu- 
tional and general practice. 



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M. W. BORDERS 

Chicago 

Bom May 9. 1867, in Randolph Co., 111. ; 
graduate of Monnioutii College; admitted 
to Bar, 1891 ; married Mi.ss Alice Emma 
Abbey, Feb. 9, 1892. at Kirkvvood, 111.; 
member Chicago Athletic, South Shore 
Countr\- and Flossmoor Country Clubs ; 
general counsel Morris & Co. 



FRANXIS BORRELLI 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 2, 1880; graduate of Univers- 
ity of Michigan. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
19()4; married Mi.ss Katherine B. Scott, 
Aug. 29. 1906. at Chicago ; Assistant Coun- 
ty Attorney. 1910. Assistant United States 
Attorney. 1918-1919; member Chicago and 
State Bar Assns., Iroquois Club. Knights of 
Columbus ; specializes in criminal branch 
of law. 





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FRANCIS BORRELLI 



FRANCIS L. BOUTELL 

Chicago 

Born Wapheton, N. D., ; graduate Uni- 
versity of Minnesota. A. B.. and University 
of Chicago. J. D. ; sdmitted to Bar. 1915; 
member Chicago and Illinois State Bar As- 
sociations ; specializes in corporation law 
and trade associations matters. 



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WILLIAM COWPER BOYDEN 

Chicago 

Born April 6, 1864; graduate of Harvard 
University and Law School, A. B., 1886; 
LL. B., 1889; admitted to Bar, 1889; mar- 
ried Mabel Grace Burlingham, April 13, 
1893, at Chicago; member Law, University, 
Chicago and City Clubs. 




PETER RICHARD BOYLAN 

Chicago 

Born April 15, 1865, Portage, Wis. ; grad- 
uate State Normal School, Oshkosh, Wis., 
and Chicago Law School, LL. B. LL. M. ; 
professor of domestic international law, 
Chicago Law School and Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, 1899-1906; married Miss Har- 
riet Elizabeth Baker, June 8, 1913, at Chi- 
cago; admitted to Bar, 1898; member Chi- 
cago, State and Lawyers Assns. ; general 
practice. 



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PETER RICH/\RD BOYLAN 



WILLIAM BRACE 

Chicago 

Bern January 17, 1893; graduate Leland 
Stanford Junior University, A. B., North- 
western Universitj', LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar in 1916. 




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Cl.IKFORU C. BRADBURY 

RALPH K. BRADLEY 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111., March 17, 1870; at- 
tended University of Michigan, North- 
western University Law Scliool, B. L. ; 
married Miss Maude Louise Morrison at 
Fort Madison, la., Jan. 10, 1900; admitted 
to Bar, in 1893 ; member Union League and 
Soutii Shore Country Clubs, American, Illi- 
nois and Chicago Bar Assns. ; surviving 
partner in firm of Goodrich, Vincent & 
Bradley (Adams A. Goodrich and William 
A. X'incent, deceased); general counsel of 
Chicago, North Shore &• Milwaukee, R. R. ; 
corporation practice. 




CLIFFORD C. BRADBURY 

Chicago 

Born at Richmond, Ind. ; graduated Pur- 
due University, B. S. in E. E., Chicago Kent 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Miss Dorothy Brewer P'air- 
banks, 1911, Rochester, N. Y. ; member 
Intercollegiate Club of Chicago, The Patent 
Law Assn. of Chicago, Chicago Bar Assn. 
and American Patent Law Assn. 




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RALPH R. BRADLEY 



LOUIS BRANDES 

Chicago 

Graduate of Kent College of Law, LL. B., 
1895; educated in Berlin and Paris; speaks 
seven languages ; member of Chicago Bar 
and Lawyer's Assns. ; one of original mem- 
bers Rotary Club; in 1906 had the Supreme 
Court of Illinois declare unconstitutional 
the Juvenile Act in case of People ex rel 
Schwartz ; promoted Rockford Fire Ins. 
Co., of Rockford, 111. 



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LOUIS BRANDF.S 



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OSCAR W. BRECHER 

Chicago 

Born December 5, 1871 ; Lake View High 
School, Chicago College of Law; married 
Miss Dora Branckmann, October 21, 1896, 
Chicago ; admitted to Bar, 1892 ; member 
City Club, Congregational Club, Chicago 
and State Bar Assns. ; general practice. 





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OSCAR W. BRECHER 

JAMES VV. BREEN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 31, 1873, at Chicago; attended 
grammar and high schools, Chicago, and 
Law Dept., Lake Forest University; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1897; married Miss Alay 
Lewis, Aug. 5, 1919, at Chicago; Assistant 
City Prosecuting Attorney, 1907-1911; As- 
sistant Corporation Counsel, 1915 to date; 
mem1)er Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Assns. ; general practice. 



JAMES W. BREEN 



PHILIP p. BREGSTONE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 31, 1866, in Poland; graduate 
of Teachers Institute (Poland), Chicago 
College of Law, Lake Forest University; 
admitted to Bar, 1897 ; married Miss Anne 
Rosenberg, Sept. 14, 1897, at Chicago ; As- 
sistant Prosecuting Attorney, 1902-1906; As- 
sistant City Attorney, 1907-1909; Assistant 
Judge of Probate Court, 1911-1919; lecturer 
on Probate Law at Hamilton College of 
Law and Northwestern University, 1919; 
probate and real estate practice. 




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D. H. BRILLOW 

Chicago 

lioni at Danz'xii, Germany, Jan. 11, 1865; 
attended (jymnasiuni and military colleges 
in (iermany and Northwestern University at 
Chicago; admitted to Bar. 1897; married 
Miss Juliana Carsten at Chicago, Oct. 30, 
18%: was attorney for Rivers and Lakes 
Commission of 111. during the Dunne ad- 
ministration. 



ALBERT SIDNEY BROOKS 

Chkago 

Born at Wisbech, Camljridgeshire, Eng- 
land; attended University of Denver Law 
School; admitted to Bar, 1910, U. S. Su- 
preme Court, 1913; married Barton Shelby 
Marshall. June, 1906, at Denver, Colo.; for 
several years Asst. General Solicitor, Col- 
orado and Southern Railway Co., and Asst. 
Attorney, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy 
at Denver; since Nov., 1918, general attor- 
ney Chicago & Northwestern Railroad. 





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ALBERT SIDNEY BROOKS 



DAVID M. BROTHERS 

Chicago 

Born at Neenah, Wis., Jan. 1. 1861 ; grad- 
uated Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; mar- 
ried Mrs. Agnes Boldger, Feb. 1, 1881, at 
Chicago; admitted to Bar, 1899; assistant 
state's attornej', 1906-1912; judge of the 
Circuit Court. 1915-1921 ; member Union 
League. Intercollegiate Clubs and Chicago 
and Illinois Bar Assns. ; member National 
Union Assn. and Ravenswood No. 777 A. F. 
^- A. M. 



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ELMER D. BROTHERS 

Chicago 

Born near Decatur, Ind., June 30, 1860; 
Valparaiso University, B. S. ; Hopedale 
College and University of Michigan, LL. B., 
1892; married Miss Cora A. Manley, 
Lansing, Mich., June 30, 1892, Ann Arbor, 
Mich.; admitted to Bar, 1888, Indiana, 
1892. Illinois ; member Hamilton Club, 
33rd degree Mason and Shriner ; Knight 
Templar, I. O. O. F., Knight of Pythias, 
P. M. Park Lodge P. H. P., Park 
Chapter; lecturer Medical and Dental Juris- 
prudence, University of Illinois, since 1903; 
author of works of medical and dental 
jurisprudence; lecturer John Marshall Law 
School since 1902. 




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WILLIAM VINCENT BROTHERS 



HECTOR A. BROUILLET 

Chicago 

Born June 22, 1886, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Armour's Y. M. C. A., Chicago Kent 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1909; 
married Eathel K. Starr, June 22, 1910, 
at Chicago ; Assistant Corporation Counsel, 
1918 to date ; member Masons, Chapter, 
Knights Templar, Consistory, Shrine, East- 
ern Stars, Eagles, Woodmen. Forresters, 
National Union, North American Union 
and Canadian Club ; municipal law and 
general practice. 




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ELMER D. BROTHERS 



WILLIAM VINCENT BROTHERS 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111., April 1, 1885 ; attended 
Chicago public schools. Lake View High 
School, Northwestern University, 1906. 
LL. B. ; married Aliss Mabel M. Gascoigne 
at Evanston, 111., Sept. 8, 1909; admitted to 
Bar, 1906; member Sigma Chi Fraternity, 
Delta Chi Legal Fraternity and Chicago Bar 
Assn. ; general practice. 




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JULE F. BKOVVER 

Chicago 

Born June 19. 1868, at Ottawa, 111. ; grad- 
uate Chicago College of Law, Lake Forest 
University, LL. H., attended Northwestern 
University; admitted to Bar, 1892; married 
Katherine L. Wells, Oct. 7, 1913, at New 
York City; Consul General Guatemala, 
from 1909; Consul-General, Honduras, 
from 1917; V^icc-Pres., Pan-American Con- 
sular Assn. of Chicago; member A. F. & 
.•\. AL, Oriental Consistory, Chicago Ath- 
letic Assn., Evanston Golf and Edgewater 
Go\i Clubs; honorary member Chicago 
.Assn. Commerce; life member Chicago Art 
Institute. Chicago Bar Assn., Chicago Law 
Institute; general practice; member of firm 
of King, Brower & Hurlbut. 



EDWARD OSGOOD BROWN 

Chicago 

Born at Salem, Mass. ; educated Salem 
public schools. Brown University at Provi- 
dence. R. I., Harvard Law School. A. B. ; 
admitted to Bar. 1872 ; married Miss Helen 
Gertrude Eagle. June 25. 1884, at Chicago; 
counsel for Lincoln Park Commissioners, 
1892-1900; Judge of Circuit Court Cook 
Co.. 1903-1909 and 1910-1915; Justice of 
the Appellate Court of III.. 1904-1909 and 
1910-1915; member University, Press. Mid- 
Dav, Iroquois, Law and Chicago Literary 
Clubs. 





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EDWARD OSGOOD BROWN 



FREDERICK A. BROWN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 9, 1867; graduate University 
of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1889 
married Miss Mary Lois Roby, Jan. 7, 1891 
State Board of Law Examiners. 1915-1917 
President Illinois State Bar Assn. ; mem- 
ber University. Union League. South Shore 
Country, and Press Clubs. Shriner, Knight 
Templar; served as captain in the Army in 
the Great War, being discharged with rank 
of Major. 



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HARRY BROWN 

Chicago 

Born in Kankakee Co., 111. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1891 ; ' married Miss Mamie L. 
Lovett, 1898, at Chicago ; member City and 
Iroquois Clubs, Chicago Bar Assn., 
Lawyers Assn. of Illinois ; general practice. 





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HARRY BROWN 

JAMES EDGAR BROWN 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 8, 1865, in West Virginia; 
graduate West Virginia University, B. S., 
1889; W. Va., University Law School, LL. 
B., 1891; admitted to Bar, W. Va., 1891, 
111., 1892 ; member American, Cook County, 
Illinois State Bar Assns., Chicago Assn. 
of Commerce, State Registrar Illinois So- 
ciety, Sons of the American Revolution, 
Past-Pres. Society of the War of 1812, 
Treas. National Star Spangled Banner 
Assn., Patriotic Instructor Sons of Vet- 
erans, Member Chicago Historical Society, 
111., State Historical Society, and Hamilton 
Club. 



JAMES EDGAR BROWN 



JOHN A. BROWN 

Chicago 

Born June 21, 1876, at Tannersville, 
N. Y. ; graduate Kent College of Law, 
LL. B.; Illinois College of Law, LL. M., 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1898; married 
Miss Margaret Glessner, October 12, 1912; 
deceased, at Chicago, 111. ; member K. P., 
Royal Arcanum, Press, Prairie and Illinois 
Athletic Clubs. 




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STEWART RKED BROWN 



THOMAS B. BROWN 

Chicago 

Born at Western Springs, 111. ; educated 
Chicago Manual Training School, graduate 
Xorthwestern University Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1904; married Miss Elizabeth 
Kaufman, July 1,^ 1911, at Marshfield, 
Oregon ; member iCenwood Lodge, A. F. 
& A. M., Windsor Golf, and Business Mens 
Pr()si)erity Clubs, Chicago Law Institute, 
Chicago Bar Assn. ; general practice. 
I'ormerly member firm of Haight, Brown, 
Haight and Harris. • 



STEWART REED BROWN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 18. 1876, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
graduate Lake Forest University Law 
Dept. ; admitted to Bar, 1898; married 
Evelyn May Wilson, of Toronto, Canada, 
Sept. 22, 1913, at Chicago; member Masons, 
K.P. ; since 1913, general counsel Produce 
Rei)orter Co. ; general practice, specializing 
in insurance and produce law. 




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THOMAS B. BROWN 



WILLIAM BROWN, JR. 

Chic.xgo 

Born Oct. 24, 1870; graduate Whipple 
Academy and Illinois College, Jacksonville, 
111., U. S. Military Academy, West Point, 
Washington L'niversitj', St. Louis, Mo., LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1897; married Miss 
Marguerite Manierre, Dec. v30th, 1903, at 
Chicago; U. S. Naval officer of Customs, 
1913 to date; Treasurer Chicago Bar .'\ssn. 
1913-1916; member firm of Hay & Brown, 
local attorneys for Wabash and Missouri, 
Kansas & Te.\as R. R. 



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O. C. BRUHLMAN 

Chicago 

Born February 28, 1868 ; graduate Illi- 
nois College of Law, University Law 
School ; admitted to Bar, 1902 ; widower ; 
Assistant Corporation Counsel, 1905 to 1916. 





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EDWARD JACKSON BRUNDAGE 

Chicago 

Born May 13, 1869, in Campbell, N. Y. ; 
has been member of House of Representa- 
tives in Forty-first and Forty-third General 
Assemblies, President of the Board of 
County Commissioners of Cook County. 
Corporation Counsel City of Chicago; is at 
present Attorney General of Illinois. 



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EDWARD JACKSON BRUNDAGE 



HOWARD A. BRUNDAGE 

Chicago 

Born May 31, 1892, at Chicago; graduate 
of St. Ignatius College, Loyola Law School ; 
admitted to Bar 1913 ; married Miss Eilleen 
Powers, Aug. 14, 1917, at Chicago ; member 
Chicago Bar Assn., Cook County Real Es- 
tate Board, American Legion, Hamilton 
Club ; corporation, real estate and probate 
practice. 




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JOHN M. BRYANT 

Chicago 

Born May 12, 1879, at Springfield, 111.; 
Kraduate of Northwestern University Law 
School ; admitted to Bar 1901 ; married Miss 
Mila I. Grosevenor, Feb. 15, 1913, at Chi- 
cago; member Masonic F'raternity, Park 
Ridge Country Club, Chicago Bar Assn. 




WILIJAM E. BRYAN 

Cm u AGO 

Piorn September 12, 1867; attended Port 
Hope (Ontario) High School; Chicago 
College of Law (Lake Forest University) ; 
married Miss Minnie C. Haskell, Chicago, 
111., Feb. 24, 1892; admitted to Bar 1899; 
member South Park Lodge No. 662, A. F. 
& A. M.; LaFayette Chapter No. 2 R. A. 
M. and Woodlawn Commandery K. T. No. 
76; Assistant Attorney Armour & Co., 1899 
to 1907; general practice 1907-1918; present 
counsel and treasurer, International Filter 
Co. of Chicago. 




JOHN M. BRYANT 

ELIZABETH H. BUCHHALTER 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 30, 1891. at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
Webster College of Law, LL. M. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1914; married Isadore L. Buchhalter, 
Aug. 17, 1919, at Chicago; member Women's 
Bar Assn. of Illinois, Woman's Protective 
Assn., Public Defenders' League for Girls, 
Chicago Political Equality League, Kappa 
Beta Pi Legal sorority; general practice. 



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GUSTAV BUCHHEIT 

Chicago 

Born 1876 at Watertown, Wis. ; graduate 
Northwestern University, Wisconsin State 
University; admitted to Bar 1897; married 
Miss M. May Schwieger, Sept. 19, 1900, at 
Watertown, Wis. ; city attorney Watertown, 
1900-1907; member Knights of Pythias, 
Elks ; general practice. 




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GEORGE T. BUCKINGHAM 



GEORGE T. BUCKINGHAM 

Chicago 

Born April 21, 1864, at Delphi, Ind. ; 
educated in common schools and normal 
school at Ladoga, Ind. ; studied law under 
W. J. Calhoun, Danville, 111. ; admitted to 
Bar 1890; married Victoria Donlon, 1893, 
at Danville, 111. ; Assistant State's Attorney 
Vermilion Co., 1894-98; member Illinois Na- 
tional Guard (last rank Colonel) 1886- 
1904; Trustee, Insane Hospital, Kankakee, 
1897-1901; President, JoHet. Prison Board, 
1901-1905 ; Assistant Attorney General State 
of Illinois, 1917; member Chicago, Illinois 
State and American Bar Assns., Mason, 
K. P.,. Elks, Modern Woodmen of America, 
Union League and Hamilton Clubs of Chi- 
cago, Sangamo Club of Springfield, Lotos 
Club of New York. 



WARREN B. BUCKLEY 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 21, 1891, at Chicago; graduate 
of Universtiy of Illinois, Northwestern 
University Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1914; member Chicago Bar Assn.; 
general practice. 




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KKXST BUKHLKR 

Chicago 

Fiorn Marcli 9, 1884, at Chicago ; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School; admitted to 
Bar, 1910; married Miss Margarete L. 
Mueller, June 17. 1905, at Chicago; Assistant 
State's Attorney, 1914 to date; member Chi- 
cago Bar Assn., Lawyers' Assn. of III., Na- 
tional Union, Moose. Masonic Order, Unity 
Club; general practice. 



JOHX ARTHUR BUGEE 

Chk.\go 

Born June 11, 1885; Creighton Univer- 
sity, Omaha. Xcb. ; North western Univer- 
sity Law School. LL. B. ; bachelor; admit- 
ted to Bar 1907 ; assistant corporation coun- 
sel 1918 to ])rcsent ; member Chicago Bar 
Assn. ; general practice. 





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ALMON W. BULKLEY 

Chicago 

Born April 13, 1852, at Groton, N. Y. ; 
graduate Cornell University, B.A. ; admitted 
to Bar 1879 ; married Miss Ella J. Stafford, 
June 17, 1882, at Joliet, III. ; Deputy Clerk 
Appellate Court 2nd District 1878-1880; 
chairman Local Board Division 18, Chicago, 
July 3. 1917 to date; member Hamilton and 
Windsor Golf Clubs, Garden City Lodge 
No. 141, A. F. & A. M., Fairview Chapter 
No. 161, R. A. M., Chevalier Bayard Com- 
mandery No 52 K. T. ; American, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations, Empire 
State Society, Cornell University Associa- 
tion. 



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JOHN S. BURCHMORE 

Chicago 

Born at Evanston, 111. ; graduate George- 
town University (Washington, D. C), John 
Marshall Law School ; admitted to Bar 
1909; married Miss Frances Norris, July 2, 
1910, at Evanston, 111. ; Attorney and Exam- 
iner Interstate Commerce Commission 1907- 
1913; member Union League, Traffic, Chi- 
cago, University Clubs, Washington, D. C. ; 
member firm Borders, Walter & Burchmore. 




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G. A. BURESH 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 26, 1878, Linn Co., Iowa ; 
graduate Highland Park College, Des 
Moines, la., B.S., 1904, Chicago Law School, 
LL. B., 1908; admitted to Bar 1908; mem- 
ber Chicago Bar Assn., Phi Alpha Delta 
Law Fraternity, Masonic Order; general 
practice, specializing in chancery matters. 



JAAIES W. BURKE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 21, 1880; educated Wendell 
Phillips high school, DePaul University, 
Illinois College of Law, LL. B., 1910; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1911; married Miss Bride M. 
Burke, June 9, 1904, at Chicago ; assistant 
corporation counsel 1913-1914, assistant 
prosecuting attorney 1915 ; member Knights 
of Columbus, C. O. F., A. O. H., County 
Democracy ; general practice, attorney for 
Mexican consul at Chicago for past three 
years. 




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KOHKRT PROSEUS BURKHALTER 

Chicago 

Born May 18. 1873. at Maquoin, 111.; 
Rraduate of Knox College, University of 
Chicagr). Columl)ia University (New York 
City). Xcw York Law School, LL. B., Chi- 
cago Law School. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
Memphis. Tenn., 1898, Illinois 1902; mar- 
ried Miss Elizabeth Whitmore Greene, Aug. 
23, 1898, at Corintli. Miss.; member Press 
and Iroquois CIul)S, Knights of Pythias, 
Sons of American Revolution, American 
and Illinois State Bar Assns., Lawyers' 
.Assn. of Illinois; meml)er of firm Burk- 
haltcr & Xewfield ; general practice. 




WEBSTER H. BURKE 

Chicago 

Born May 10, 1891 ; graduate Northwest- 
ern University Academy, Northwestern 
University. A. B., 1902, Chicago Kent Col- 
lege of Law, L.L. B., 1903; admitted to 
Bar 1903; married Miss Charlotte Thomp- 
son, June 23, 1904, at Leland, 111. ; member 
Hamilton and City Clubs, Chicago, Illinois 
State and American Bar Assns. ; acting 
Dean of Chicago-Kent College of Law ; 
member of law firm Burke, Jackson & 
Burke. 




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CLARENCE AUGUSTUS BURLEY 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 10, 1849, at Chicago; public 
and private schools, Chicago, Military 
school at Brattleboro. Vt., Amherst. 1872, 
Union College of Law, 1876, Chicago; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1876; married Miss Avis H. 
Blodgett, 1880, at Waukegan ; she died in 
1883; married Mary E. Blodgett, March 17, 
1913, at Chicago; member University, Chi- 
cago, Union League. Chicago Literary, Cax- 
ton Clubs. ClifT Dwellers, President Chi- 
cago Historical Society; general practice. 



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WILLIAM CULLEN BURNS 

Chicago 

Born at Owenton, Ky. ; graduate of Kan- 
sas Normal College, Northwestern Univer- 
sity Law School, LL. B., LL. M. ; admitted 
to Bar in Kansas and served as Probate 
Judge of Labette County, Kans., 1901-1905; 
was Professor of Law, Washburn Univer- 
sity (Topeka, Kans.), Illinois College of 
Law, Valparaiso University; former chair- 
man Exemption Board No. 48, Chicago; 
general practice. 





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JAMES H. BURR 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 31, 1874; Elgin Academy, El- 
gin, 111., Northern Illinois College of Law, 
Northwestern University Law School, L.L. 
B. ; married Miss Annette Kittell, Jan. 1, 
1908, St. Charles, 111.; admitted to Bar 
1902; member Lawyers' Association of Illi- 
nois, Masonic Lodge, Bethel Commandery, 
Knights Templar and Medinah Temple, 
National Union, Maccabees and Chicago 
Sharpshooters' Association ; general prac- 
tice. 



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MAURICE BURR 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 14, 1886; graduate of Lewis 
Institute (Chicago), Chicago-Kent College 
of Law; admitted to Bar 1909; married 
Miss Bebe Lazar, Oct. 7^, 1912, at Chicago; 
member John Corson Smith Lodge No. 
944, A. F. & A. M., Covenant Club, Inde- 
pendent Order of B'nai B'rith ; real estate 
^aw. 




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1"KA\K G. BUSH 
Chicago 



Horn Sept. 20. 1881 : educated Chicago 
grade and higli s.-hools, Chicago Kent Col- 
lege of Law; admitted to Bar 1915; member 
Hamilton Cluh. Masonic Fraternity and 
American Whist League; general practice. 




FRANCIS X. BUSCH 

Chicago 

Born May 9, 1877, at Detroit. Mich.; 
graduate Coldwater (Mich.) High School, 
Illinois College of Law (DePaul Univer- 
sity), LL. M., 1903, D. C. L., 1905, LL. B., 
1915; admitted to Bar 1901; Assistant Cor- 
poration Counsel, City of Chicago, 1904- 
1906; member Elks, I. A. C., Iroquois, City 
and Ridgemoor Country Clubs ; Professor 
of Law in Law Department, DePaul Uni- 
versity since 1901 ; Dean of Law School 
since 1912; member Board of Managers of 
Chicago Bar Association ; member Illinois 
State and American Bar Associations. 




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CHARLES ALLEN BUTLER 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 15, 1866; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law, connected with Lake For- 
est University ; admitted to Bar 1894 ; mar- 
ried Miss Eva Riley. Aug. 5. 1891. at Mil- 
waukee. Wis. ; member Royal League and 
Royal Arcanum ; interstate commerce and 
corporation law. 



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RUSH C. BUTLER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 27, 1871, at Northwood, Iowa; 
graduate University of Iowa, Ph. B., 1893; 
admitted to Bar 1894; married Isabelle 
Crilly, June 6, 1901, at Chicago; General 
Counsel, National War Savings Commit- 
tee, 1917-1918; member Union League, Uni- 
versity, Alid-Day, South Shore, Indian Hill, 
Chicago, Chevy Chase (Washington, D. C.) 
Clubs ; general counsel. National Coal As- 
sociation ; member firm Butler, Lamb, Fos- 
ter & Pope ; Chairman, Federal Trade 
Committee, Chamber of Commerce of 
United States of America. 





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JAMES C. BYRNE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 18, 1894; graduate of St. Igna- 
tius College, A. B., Loyola University, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1917; member Loyola 
University Alumni, Irish Fellowship Club, 
Illinois State Bar Association, Knights of 
Columbus ; general practice. 



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JOHN J. BYRNE 



Chicago 

Born July 26, 1890; educated St. Bridget's 
Parochial and St. James High Schools, Illi- 
nois College of Commerce and Chicago 
Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar 
1915; general practice. 




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FRANK R. CAIN 

Chicago 

Horn Sei)t. 3, 1867. at Dubuque, Iowa ; 
educated in public and high schools at 
Dubuque, Lake Forest University, Chicago 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1893; 
married Miss Alma E. Fenner, June 6, 
1893. at Chicago; Assistant City Attorney, 
1893-1895; member Masons, Chicago Ath- 
letic Association. 



LOUIS G. CALDWELL 

Chicago 

Graduate Amherst College, A. B., North- 
western University. M. A., LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1916; member City Club and Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations; general 
l)racticc. 





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H. CLAY CALHOUN 

Chicago 

Born at Galva. 111.; graduate of Knox 
College, B. S., 1893, Northwestern Univer- 
sity Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1896; married; member Englewood 690, 
A. F. & A. M., Commandery, Mystic 
Shrine; after admission to Bar was asso- 
ciated \vith Judge Elbert H. Gary (now of 
the United States Steel Cornoration) for 
two years ; now general practice. 



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FRANCIS J. CALLAHAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 9, 1878, at Spencer, Iowa ; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1910; married 
Miss Helen Sweeney, June 22, 1915, at 
Chicago. 





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JAMES E. CALLAHAN 

Chicago 

Born March 1, 1876. at Spencer, Iowa; 
Osage (Iowa) High School, Iowa State 
Normal School, University of Minnesota, 
Northwestern University Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1909 ; member Irish Fellow- 
ship Club; member of firm Callahan & 
Callahan, which firm took up prosecution 
of loan sharks and helped procure passage 
of small loans lav/. 



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JOHN M. CAMERON 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 18, 1867, at Ottawa. Ont. ; 
studied law with Willard & Evans, in 
Chicago ; admitted to Bar, 1889 ; married 
Miss Anna Iverson, Jan. 1, 1895 (deceased), 
at Chicago; surviving member of law firm 
of Custer & Cameron ; librarian of Chicago 
Bar Association ; member Union League, 
Mid-Day, and Hamilton Clubs. American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associa- 
tions, life member St. Andrews Society. 




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BENJAMIN ALEXANDER CAMPBELL 

ClIICAGC 

Born AuR. 7. 1H74, at Mt. Sterling, 111.; 
graduate of Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1911; married Miss Pearl 
A. Cheatham, June 15. 1904, at Clinton, 
Mo. ; member Auburn Park Lodge, A. F. 
& A. M., Oriental Consistory' il" , Medinah 
Temple, A. A. O. X. M. S., Chicago Bar 
Association ; general practice, specializing 
in corporation law. 



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IN A M. K. CAMPBELL 

Chica(;o 

Born at St. Johns. New Brunswick ; 
grafiuate of Kent School of Law, post-grad- 
uate of Northwestern School of Law; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1918; married James Graham 
Cami)be!!. Aug. 25. 1897, at Elyria, Ohio 
(died Dec. 6. 1911); memlier Englewood 
Woman's Club. Prince Wales Chapter of 
tile British Empire. Standard Chapter 
Eastern Star ; general practice. 





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JOHN G. CAMPBELL 

C H icago 

Born Jan. 28. 1869. at Whitby. Out.; 
graduate University of Toronto. B. A. ; 
admitted to Bar. 1892; member Chicago, 
Illinois State and .American Bar Associa- 
tions. 



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xNELLIE CARLIN 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago, 111. ; educated public 
schools, Chicago Atheneum, Bryant & Strat- 
ton Business College, Chicago College of 
Law, Department of Lake Forest Univer- 
sity; admitted to Bar 1896; Tax Inheritance 
Appraiser, Public Guardian of Cook 
County, 1913-1918, Assistant State's Attor- 
ney Oct. 1, 1918, to Dec, 1919; member Illi- 
nois Equal Suffrage, Chicago Bar Associa- 
tions, Woman's City Club, Chicago Political 
Equality League, Vice-President, Illinois 
Lawyers' Association, Past President, 
Women's Bar Association, Vice-President, 
International Lawyers' Association, Hon- 
orary President, Woman's Protective Asso- 
ciation, President, Public Defenders League 
for Girls ; probate and chancery practice. 




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JOEL C. CARLSON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 12, 1881 ; graduate of Illinois 
College of Law, LL. B., LL. M.; admitted 
to Bar 1906 ; married Miss Josephine Olsch- 
ner, May 27, 1908, at Chicago ; assistant 
purchasing agent, Hibbard, Spencer, Bart- 
lett & Co., 1901-1906; assistant state's attor- 
ney, 1918-1919; member Hamilton Club, Odd 
Fellows, Compass Lodge, A. F. & A. M., 
Medinah Temple, Mystic Shrine, Normal 
Park Chapter No. 210, R. A. M., Englewood 
Commandery, K. T., Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion; general practice. 




NELLIE CARLIN 



WILLIAM L. CARLIN 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago, 111.; graduate of Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar 
1915; member of Lawyers' Association of 
Illinois ; associated with Clarence Darrow 
and Peter Sissman in the practice of law. 




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CHARLES KI)(;AR CARPENTER 

Chicago 

Horn March 12. 1882. at Windsor, 111.; 
educated Huena Vista College (Storm 
Lake, la.), Michigan University, North- 
western University, A. B., LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1908: member A. F. & A. M., Chi- 
cago Bar .Association, Phi Alpha Delta Law 
Fraternity; general practice. 




ARTHUR CARLSTEN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 11, 1891, at (jlenn, Minn.; Glenn 
(Minn.) public schools, Aitken (Minn.) 
high school. Highland Park College (Des 
Moines), \V'ei)ster College of Law, B. S., 
LL. B.. J. D. ; admitted to Bar 1915; mar- 
ried Miss Mary V. Kiely, Jan. 8, 1916, at 
Chicago; memlier L\'lta Theta Phi Law 
Fraternity, Chicago Bar Association, Illi- 
nois Law3'ers' Association, Commercial Law 
League of America, Triangle Lodge, A. F. 
& A. M., R. A. M., Loyal Order of Moose, 
I. O. S. ; Professor of Law, Chicago College 
of Law; member of law firm, Carlsten, 
Rutledge & Herren ; general practice. 




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DONALD M. CARTER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 12, 1868, at Collinsville, 111.; 
graduate of Iowa State College with spe- 
cial course in electricitj', B. M. E., Chicago 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1895 ; Secretary, The World Today Maga- 
zine. 1908-1911; member Union League, 
Hamilton, South Shore Country, Rotary, 
Cit\' Clubs, Chicago Bar Association ; mem- 
ber firm, Parker & Carter; patent law. 



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F. RANDOLPH CASE 

Chicago 

Born at Watertown, N. Y. ; graduate of 
Hobart College, B. L. ; admitted to Bar 
1913; married Feb. 16, 1919, at Chicago; 
member Sigma Chi College fraternity; gen- 
eral practice. 





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CHARLES R. CASLER 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 13, 1870, at Fort Atkinson, 
Wis. ; common school education, Chicago 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1894; 
married Miss Ednah S. Schelp, Nov. 24, 
1898, at Chicago; member A. F. & A. M., 
Master of Ravenswood Lodge No. Ill in 
1911, Columbus Chapter, R. A. M., Chicago 
Law Institute. 



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EDWIN H. CASSELS 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 6, 1874; graduate University 
of Wisconsin, A. B., Harvard University, 
A. M., Harvard Law School ; admitted to 
Bar, Wisconsin 1901, Illinois 1904; married 
Miss May van Steenwyk, Nov. 25, 1903, at 
LaCrosse, Wis. ; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, Chicago, 1907-1909; member 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations, Law, Universit}-, City, Skokie 
Country and Chicago Literary Clubs ; mem- 
ber of 'firm, Wilkerson, Cassels & Potter; 
served in Field Artillery, 1918. 



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C. M. CAVENEE 

CllK ACiO 



Horn 1881 ; graduate Iowa Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, B. A., Harvard University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1908; member University 
C'lul) of Ciiicago. Union League, Hamilton, 
Harvard, and Havvkeye Fellowship Clubs; 
corporation law and e(|uity. 




ARCHIBALD CATTELL 

Chicago 

Born July 14, 1870; graduate Davenport 
High School, Crinnell College, A. B., 1891 ; 
attended University of Michigan Law 
School, 1892-1893; admitted to Bar 1893; 
married Miss P2mma Rose Haskell, Nov. 15, 
1893, at Fort Dodge, Iowa ; member Chi- 
cago Law, City, Intercollegiate, Flossmoor 
Country Clubs, Phi Beta Kappa, Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations ; direc- 
tor and officer, several lumber companies 
and other corporations ; trustee and counsel 
for Cirinnell College. 




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JOHN RICHARD CAVERLY 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 6, 1861, at London, England; 
graduate St. Patrick's Academy, Law De- 
partment, Lake Forest Universitj', LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1900; married Miss Char- 
lotte J. Cochran, Sept. 16, 1897, at Chicago, 
111.; Assistant City Attorney, 1897-1902, 
Police Magistrate, 1902-1906, City Attorney, 
1906-1910, Judge Municipal Court, 1910- 
1916, re-elected 1916 and term expires 1922; 
member Illinois Athletic, and Iroquois 
Clubs, Illinois State and Chicago Bar As- 
sociations, Royal Arcanum and Knights of 
Columbus. 



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SCOTT OSTEN CAVETTE 

Chicago 

Born Franklin, Ky. ; State College of 
Kentucky, A. B. and A. M., Northwestern 
University, D. B. L. ; admitted to Bar 1892; 
married Miss Florence Gray, Dec. 5, 1910, 
in Michigan ; member A. F. & A. M., R. A. 
M., Knight Templars, Medinah Temple ; 
general practice. 




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JOSEPH F. CERVINKA 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 19, 1885; educated public gram- 
mar and high schools, graduate Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1913; member of A. F. & A. M. ; gen- 
eral practice, associated with firm of 
Litsinger, Healy & Reid. 



JUSTUS CHANCELLOR 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 12, 1863; graduate of high 
school, Vincennes, Ind., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Union College of Law, B. L. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1886; married Miss Docia 
Harper, May 2, 1889, at Vincennes, Ind. ; 
member American, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Associations, Lawyers' Associa- 
tion of Illinois, Oriental Consistory, Me- 
dinah Temple, International Bar Associa- 
tion, Chicago Real Estate Board, Cook 
County Real Estate Board ; general practice 
and corporation law. 




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THEODORE STILLMAN CHAPMAN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 21, 1877; educated Jerseyville, 
III., high .school, Kent College of Law, 
Northwestern University Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1900; married Mrs. Luella 
J. Benson, Nov. 15, 1917, at Berkeley, Cal.; 
member Union League, Chicago and South 
Shore Country Clubs ; municipal and cor- 
poration law practice. 



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GARFIELD CHARLES 

Chicago 

Born at Grayville, 111. ; graduate of 
Georgetown University, LL. B., LL. M. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, District of Columbia, 1903; 
secretar\- Committee on Foreign Relations, 
U. S. Senate ; secretary to late Shelby M. 
Cullom. U. S. Senator from Illinois ; first 
assistant U. S. attorney, Northern District 
of Illinois ; general practice. 





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JOHN S. CHARONE 

Chicago 

Born July 13, 1889; graduated North- 
western University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1913; member K. of P., I. O. O. F. and 
Elks ; general practice. 



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LESTER C. CHILDS 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 11, 1874, at Hinsdale, 111.; grad- 
uate Beloit College, A. B., 1898, North- 
western University Law School, LL. B., 
1901 ; admitted to Bar 1901 ; married Miss 
Celine Lilly, Aug. 31, 1903, at Hinsdale, 111.; 
member Hinsdale, Hinsdale Golf and Union 
League Clubs ; real estate, probate, corpora- 
tion and customs law practice. 




CARL R. CHINDBLOM 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 21, 1870, at Chicago, III.; 
attended Augustana College, A. B., Rock 
Island, 111., Kent College of Law, LL. B., 
Bethany College, A. M., Lindsborg, Kans. ; 
admitted to Bar 1900; married Miss Chris- 
tine Nilsson, Minneapolis, Minn., April 27, 
1907 ; Attorney for Illinois State Board of 
Health, 1906; member Board of County 
Commissioners, Cook County, 1907-1910; 
County Attorney, Cook County, 1912-1914; 
Master in Chancery, Circuit Court, 1916- 
1918 ; Representative in Congress, 10th Dis- 
trict of Illinois, elected November, 1918; 
member Chicago and Illinois State Bar 
Associations; general practice; member 
firm, Brecher & Chindblom. 



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Q. J. CHOTT 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago; attended public and 
high schools ; admitted to Bar, 1907 ; mar- 
ried Miss Bertha Baumayer at Chicago 
in 1899 ; Chief Clerk, Law Department 
under John S. Miller as Corporation 
Counsel ; member of Legislature, 36th and 
37th general assemblies ; Police Magistrate 
for 12 years under Mayors Swift, Harrison 
and Dunne; thereafter entered practice of 
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OTT(3 CHRISTENSEN 

Chicago 

Born 1886, at Chicago; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Illinois, and Illinois Law School. 
LL. K.. LL. M.; admitted to Bar 1909; 
Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associa- 
tions; trial and federal appeal practice. 




GKORGE ALVAH CHRITTON 

Chicago 

liorn June 4. 1870; at !^ttica, Ind. ; edu- 
cated District schools of Indiana and 
Kansas, Kansas State Normal School, Kent 
College of Law, LL. B., Law Department 
Lake Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1896; married Miss Laura Fair, Feb. 
24. 1897. at Chicago, 111.; President Oak 
Park Board of Education 1907-1918, Vice- 
President Oak Park Republican Club 1906- 
1918, President Illinois Vigilance Associa- 
tion, 1914-1919. Vice-President, Chicago 
Foundlings Home, 1917-1919, President, 
Chicago Baptist Social Union 1913-1914, 
Vice-President, Oak Park Club 1911-1914; 
member Union League, Oak Park, Oak 
Park Country and Delavan Country Clubs, 
A. F. & A. M.. Knights Templar, Chicago 
and Illinois Bar Association, Chicago Pat- 
ent Law Association. Chicago Law Insti- 
tute. First Baptist Church of Oak Park; 
member of firm. Dyrenforth. Lee, Chritton 
& Wiles ; corporation, trade mark, copyright 
and patent law. 




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ANTHONY B. CHRZANOWSKI 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 15. 1877; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1916; married Mrs. Martha Bonk, Oct. 
22, 1918, at Chicago ; member Masonic 
Lodge. Polish National Alliance of Amer- 
ica. Polish Turners, Knights of Maccabees 
of the World; general practice. 



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CHARLES ADELBERT CHURAN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 13, 1869; educated Chicago 
grammar schools, graduate Chicago Univer- 
sity, Beloit College, A. M., Chicago College 
of Law; admitted to Bar 1895; married 
Mrs. Mae Foulds, July 17, 1918, at Chicago; 
Attorney for Commissioners of Lincoln 
Park 1907-1913; member Sigma Chi Frater- 
nity, Masons, National Union, Royal 
Arcanum, Chicago and Illinois State Bar 
Associations ; attorney for two building 
and loan associations. Chairman Law Com. 
of Bohemian Building & Loan Association 
League, member Law Com. of Building & 
Loan Association League of Illinois ; dur- 
ing war was member of Legal Advisory 
Board of Local Board No. 25. 



CHESTER W. CHURCH 

Chicago 

Born November, 1873 ; attended Morgan 
Park Academy of University of Chicago 
and Chicago College of Law ; admitted to 
Bar 1900; member Illinois general assembly 
1901 to 1912; member Illinois State Bar 
Association ; Mason, Blue Lodge and 
Chapter ; general practice, specializing in 
mining law. 



FRANK J. CIMRAL 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 21, 1885; graduated South 
High School of Cleveland Ohio, John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1912; married Miss Anna L. Jelen, 
Aug. 21, 1911, at Chicago; member A. F. 
& A. M., Society for the Advancement of 
Slavonic Study, Russian-American Chamber 
of Commerce, American Asiatic Associa- 
tion, National Geographic Society. 




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CHARLES D. CLARK 



JOHN F. CLARE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 19, 1865, in Chicago ; graduate 
of Fordhani University, A. B., Northwest- 
ern University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1891 ; married Nellie Stenson, Oct. 9, 1895, 
at Chicago; Assistant City Attorney 1891- 
1893, Assistant City Prosecutor 1893-1895, 
Master in Chancery of Superior Court Cook 
County 1918 to date ; member Knights of 
Columbus, Iroquois and Olympian Fields 
Country Club ; general practice. 




CHARLES D. CLARK 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 19. 1865 ; graduate Wheaton 
College, A. B., Union College of Law, Chi- 
cago; admitted to Bar 1888; married Miss 
Kate L. Roundy, July 30, 1890, at West 
Chicago, 111. ; City Attorney, West Chicago, 
1890-1906, Board of Education 14 years, 
County Judge, DuPage County, Illinois, 
1908-1914, Chairman Local Board DuPage 
County during entire period of war. Board 
of Education, Wheaton, 1919; member and 
trustee Gary Memorial Church, Wheaton, 
Illinois State, Chicago and DuPage County 
Bar Associations ; member of firm, Cal- 
houn, Lyford & Sheean until dissolution ; 
attorney for Baltimore & Ohio interests in 
Illinois and Indiana. 




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HAROLD J. CLARK 

Chicago 

Born June 12, 1891, at Syracuse, N. Y. ; 
graduate Northwestern University. B. S., 
Northwestern Law School, LL. B., Phi Beta 
Kappa Order of Coif; admitted to Bar 
1915; married Miss Helen Hale. Nov. 9, 
1915, at Evanston. 111.; inember University 
Club of Evanston, Chicago Bar Association; 
in service. Lieutenant of Field Artillery, 
Camp Taylor. Ky. 



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RUSSELL S. CLARK 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 17, 1867, at Mattoon, 111. ; edu- 
cated Mattoon public schools, Lee's Acad- 
emy, Loxa, University of Illinois, Univer- 
sity of Michigan, LL. D. ; admitted to Bar, 
Michigan 1888, Illinois 1889; married Miss 
Estelle Dunlap, Nov. 7, 1894, at Mattoon, 
111. ; member of firm, Clark & Clark. 




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DAVID R. CLARKE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 8, 1892 ; graduate University 
of Illinois, A. B., Harvard Law School, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1917; married 
Miss Zada Walker, Dec. 27, 1915, at Ba- 
tavia, N. Y. ; member Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation ; general practice. 



A. R. CLARY 

Chicago 

Born at Camp Point, 111. ; graduate Uni- 
versity of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1908; member Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion ; associated in practice with Rudolph 
Wolfner. 




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CHKSTER E. CLE\KLAXD 
Chicago 
liorn in Watsonville, Cal. ; graduate of 
Heddiiig College; admitted to Bar in 1888; 
marriecl Miss Frances E. Merricks, 1893 
(died Nov. 13. 1918). married Miss Harriet 
M. Eeldmann. Xov. 22. 1919, at Chicago; 
Second Assistant Corporation Counsel, 
Chicago. 1915-1916. First Assistant Corpo- 
ration Counsel. Chicago. 1916-1919, Special 
Assistant Cori)oration Counsel, Nov. 1. 1919, 
to date : nieml)er Kavenswood Lodge Xo. 
in. A. I'. & A. M.. Columbia Chapter No. 
202. K. A. M.. kavenswood Chapter, O. E. 
S.. Ahingdon Lodge No. 184, L O. O. P.; 
general practice, excepting criminal. i)atent 
and admiraltv. 




CHAUXCEY N. CLEMENTS 

Chicago 

Born March 3, 1879, at Cincinnati, O.; 
graduate Chicago Business College, John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1910; married Miss Lora E. McDill, 
.August. 1910; member (and officer) Parian 
Lodge No. 977, A. F. & A. M., Fairview 
Chapter No. 161. R. A. M., Woodlawn 
Council No. 92. R. & S. M., Chicago and 
Illinois State Bar Associations, Lawyers' 
Association of Illinois ; member of firm, 
Suite & Clements ; general practice. 




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JOHN V. CLIXXIX 

Chicago 

Born April 5, 1876, at Huntley, 111.; 
graduated DeLaSalle Institute, Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1911; married Etta \V. DuBois, Sept. 
19. 1896. at Kenosha. Wis.; Chief Deputy 
Recorder of Deeds, 1904-1912, Assistant 
Corporation Counsel, 1915-1917; member B. 
.P. O. E. No. 4, Chicago Bar Association; 
First Illinois Infantry, 1894-1917; Colonel, 
108th Train Headquarters and Military 
Police. 1917-1918; Colonel. 130th Infantry, 
1918-1919; service in France, May 20, 1918- 
Mav 20, 1919. 



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ARTHUR D. CLOUD 

Chicago 

Born Alay 4, 1884 ; graduate Chicago Kent 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1914; 
married Miss Patsy Warner, June 14, 1916, 
at Cofifeyvillc, Kans. ; member Illinois Ath- 
letic Club, Glencoe Lodge No. 983, A. F. & 
A. M., Chicago Bar Association, Delta Chi 
Fraternity; member firm, Osl^orne, Cloud 
& Kline ; general civil practice. 





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CHARLES L. COBB 

Chicago 

Born May 27, 1885, at Evanston, 111.; 
graduate of Lake Forest Academy and Lake 
Forest College, A. B., Northwestern Uni- 
versity, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1909; mar- 
ried Miss Margaret Moore, May 18, 1918, 
at Chicago. 



CHARI.es L. COBB 



DAVID K. COCHRANE 

Chicago 

Born March 23, 1865 ; educated public and 
high schools, Manistee, Mich.; graduate 
Literary Department, University of Michi- 
gan, Ph. B. ; admitted to Bar 1889 ; married 
Miss Angela Noyes, June 15, 1904, at Chi- 
cago, 111. ; Justice Peace, South Town of 
Chicago, 1902-1906, Master in Chancery, 
Superior Court, Cook County, since April, 
1917; member of Kenwood and South 
Shore Country Clubs. 




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THOMAS M. COEN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 28, 1882; graduate Stanford 
University, A. B. ; admitted to Bar 1912; 
member of Hamilton Club ; Attorney, Se- 
curity Mutual Casualty Company. 



THOMAS M. COEN 



ARCHIE H. COHEN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 16, 1889, at Philadelphia, Pa.; 
graduate John Marshall Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1915; married Miss 
Rose Ida Samuel, June 24, 1913, at Chicago, 
III. ; member K. P.. Young Men's Jewish 
Charities, Order of B'nai B'rith ; Past 
Chancellor K. of P., former President, 
Young Men's Federated Jewish Charities; 
member Chicago Bar Association, Commer- 
cial Law League of America, Four-Minute 
Men Association, Legal Advisory Board for 
District 31. 





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GEORGE B. COHEN 

Chicago 

Born July 6, 1886; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Ph. B., University of Chi- 
cago Law School, J. D. ; admitted to Bar 
1909; member Chicago Bar Association; 
general civil and business practice. 



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Chicago 



Born July 19, 1889; graduate Northwest- 
ern University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1912; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Lawyers' Association of Illinois, 32° Mason, 
Medinah Temple, Shrine ; Instructor Law 
of Contracts, Chicago Law School, 1918; 
member law firm of Andalman & Cohen ; 
general practice. 





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MAURICE G. COHEN 

Chicago 

Born in Ireland ; graduate Chicago Kent 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1914; 
married Rose Fink, March 17, 1915, at Chi- 
cago ; member Apollo Lodge, A. F. & A. M., 
St. Cecilia Chapter, R. A. M. 



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SAMUEL COHEN 

Chicago 

Born at Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 28, 1877; 
attended Chicago College of Law ; admitted 
to Bar 1898 ; married Miss Ronald Helmer 
at Chicago in 1898; member of Elks; gen- 
eral practice. 



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SEYMOUR N. COHEN 

Chicago 

Born June 27, 1878; graduate Princeton- 
Yale Preparatory School, University of 
Chicago, Ph. B., Chicago Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar June 7, 
1900; member Press Club of Cliicago, Hyde 
Park American Club^ Elks, Masons ; for- 
merly member of firm, Comerford & Cohen. 



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LEE COHN 

Chicago 

Born July 17. 1883. at Beloit, Wis.; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law; 
admitted to Bar 1907 ; Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion, .Assistant to John L. Fogle, Attorney, 
1912-1914; member Cosmopolitan Lodge 
Xo. 1020, A. F. & A. M., Independent Free 
Sons of Israel, B'nai B'rith ; member of 
firm. Farv.ell, Hillis & Cohn ; general prac- 
tice. 



ELHANAN W. COLBY 

Chicago 

Born April 18, 1875, at Beloit, Kans. ; 
graduate Northwestern Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1901 ; married Miss 
Clara M. Averill. Oct. 12, 1905, at Liberty- 
ville. 111.; Mavor of Libertyville, 111., 1902- 
1904; City Attorney, 1904-1906 ; member 
Masons, Elks, Chicago Bar Association. 



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RICHARD H. COLBY 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 11, 1891; educated Iowa public 
and high schools, International Correspond- 
ence School of Engineering, Chicago-Kent 
College of Law. Webster College of Law, 
Chicago College of Pathology, LL. B., M. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1913 ; married Miss 
Nina N. Brown, June 6, 1914, at Chicago, 
111.; Assistant Attorney General of Illinois, 
1915-1917; member A. F. & A. M., F. O. E., 
A. O. U. W., Legal Fraternity Phi Delta 
Phi, Chicago and Illinois Bar Associations, 
Lawyers' Association of Illinois ; member 
of firm Bangs, Frankhauser & Colby; 
served in France 9 months as Sergeant 
Major, 35th Artillery, C. A. C. 





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DELAVAN B. COLE 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 17, 1867, at Fond du Lac, 
Wis. ; graduate of Second Normal School 
(Mankato, Minn.), Law Department, Lake 
Forest University; admitted to Bar 1892; 
married Olivia A. Reeve, 1889, at Slayton, 
Minn. ; Attorney, West Chicago Park 
Board, 1900-1904; member Elks and Press 
Club ; corporation law. 



DELAVAN B. COLE 



MERTON A. COLER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 7, 1887; graduate Maryville 
Seminary, Quincy State College, Chicago 
Law School ; admitted to Bar 1913 ; mar- 
ried Miss Gertrude Shrubb, Nov. 18, 1916, 
at Chicago ; ex-president of Arion Club of 
Chicago, Mason ; general practice. 




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BERYL B. COLLINS 

Chicago 

Born Sei)t. 29, 1883, at Massillon, Ohio; 
graduated from Bradley Polytechnic Insti- 
tute, Peoria, 1906, degree Associate in Sci- 
ence, University of Michigan Law Depart- 
ment, 1909. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1909; 
married Miss Laura E. Williams, June 4, 
1912, at La Moille. 111. ; member Chicago 
Bar, Illinois State Bar, American Bar As- 
sociations, Chicago Alumni Association of 
University of Michigan, A. F. & A. M., 
New First Congregational Church, Gnosis 
Literary Clul); general practice. 



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CLINTON C. COLLINS 

Chicago 

liorn June 17, 1869. at Ottumwa. la.; 
graduate of Chicago Law School; admitted 
to Bar. Missouri 1894. Illinois 1896; mar- 
ried Lillian M. Prussing, Nov. 12. 1900. at 
Chicago; member Press Club, Royal Ar- 
canum, Knights of Columbus ; general prac- 
tice. 





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G. RAYMOND COLLINS 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 6, 1882; graduate of John 
Marshal! Law School, LL. B.; admitted to 
Bar 1904 ; member Hamilton, and Town 
and Country Clubs, Columbian Knights, 
Chicago Bar Association. 



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HARRY G. COLSON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 18, 1868, at Davenport, Iowa ; 
educated public and private schools, Chi- 
cago, III., and Hudson, Mich. ; admitted to 
Bar 1892; married Miss Sarah Garner Wall, 
Dec. 7, 1897, at Sherman, Mich, (since de- 
ceased) ; member Chicago Athletic Associa- 
tion. Press Club of Chicago, Sons of Amer- 
ican Revolution, American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations, American 
Association of Title Men, A. F. & A. M., 
Oriental Consistory and Medinah Temple. 




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CLYDE C. COLWELL 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 28, 1875; educated McLean, 
III., High School, Illinois Wesleyan, Illinois 
State Normal, University of Chicago, Law 
School University of Illinois, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1906; married Aliss Laura 
Horr, Dec. 8, 1909, at Henry, 111. ; Superin- 
tendent, Public Schools, Heyworth, 111., 
190^903 ; member Intercollegiate Club of 
Chicago, Secretary, Myrtle Lodge, A. F. & 
A. M., member R. A. M., R. & S. M. ; 
President, Masonic Club of University of 
Chicago, 1904. 



SAMUEL M. COME 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 15, 1890, at Chicago; graduate 
John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar 1912; married Miss Anna C. 
Marblestone, Jan. 22, 1919, at Chicago; 
member B'nai B'rith, Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation. 



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FRANK COMERIORD 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 25, 1879, at Chicago, 111. ; at- 
tended Northwestern University and Illi- 
nois College of Law: admitted to Bar 1904; 
former meml)er Illinois State Legislature ; 
formerly police attorney for City of Chi- 
cago ; member Press Club of Chicago and 
Adventurers' Club. 



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LEAXDKR D. COXDEE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 26, 1847; graduate University 
of Michigan. Chicago Law School, LL. B., 
LL. D. ; admitted to Bar 18()8; Attorney 
for X'iilage of Hyde Park, 1878-1883, State 
Senator. Second District, Chicago, 1880- 
1884; member .American, Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations, Mason ; corpo- 
ration and municipal law. 




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J. SIDNEY CONDIT 

Chic.\go 

Born Dec. 31. 1881, at Beardstown. 111.; 
graduate University of Illinois, B. A., Har- 
vard University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1905: married Miss Edna Matthews, Feb. 
25, 1908, at Chillicothe, 111.; member Uni- 
versity. Mid-Day and South Shore Coun- 
try Clubs : member firm, Winston Strawn 
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JAMES G. CONDON 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 28, 1871, at Bloomington, 111. ; 
graduate St. Viators College, Illinois Wes- 
leyan University ; admitted to Bar 1893 ; 
married Miss Lucy D. Dalton, July 30, 1898. 
at Chicago ; Assistant City Attorney, 1898, 
also 1901 ; member Iroquois Club, Chicago 
Athletic Association, Knights of Columbus, 
and various other clubs; member of firm, 
Ryan, Condon & Livingston. 




JAMES G. CONDON 



THOMAS J. CONDON 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 16, 1879 ; graduate Illinois Col- 
lege of Law; admitted to Bar 1904; mem- 
ber American and Chicago Bar Associa- 
tions, Chicago Athletic Association, South 
Shore Country and Olympian Fields Coun- 
try Clubs, Elks, Knights of Columbus; gen- 
eral practice. 



CLINTON L. CONKLING 

Springfield 

Born Oct. 16, 1843, Springfield ; graduate 
of Yale College, B. A. ; admitted to Bar 
1866; married Miss Georgiana Barrell, 
March 17, 1867, at Springfield; Z2 degree 
Mason, Knights Templar ; chancery, real 
estate, corporation, administration of trusts 
and estates practice. 



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MARY SELLERS CONNERY 

Chicago 

Born at Sterling, 111. ; graduate of Chi- 
cago-Kent College of Law, LL. B. and LL. 
M.; admitted to Bar 1909; married Sept. 
16, 1914, at Chicago ; member Chicago and 
Women's Bar Associations, Phi Delta and 
Kappa Beta Pi Sororities ; common carrier 
and interstate commerce law. 



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GEORGE A. COOKE 

Chic.-vgo 

Born July 3, 1869. at New Athens, Ohio; 
educated Aledo High School, Aledo, 111., 
Knox College (Galesburg). A. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1895 ; married Miss Saj-ah S. Blee, 
Oct. 20. 1896, at Aledo. 111. ; member Illinois 
House of Representatives. 1902-1906; Judge 
Supreme Court, 1909-1918; member Aledo 
Club and University Club. Chicago, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations, Alystic 
Shrine, 32nd degree. 





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RICHARD J. COONEY 

Chicago 

Born 1861 at Pekin, 111.; graduate of 
University at Valparaiso, Ind., LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1885 ; married Miss Emma 
Berndt, 1895, at Peoria, 111. ; City Attorney, 
Havana, 111., State's Attorney, Peoria, 111., 
1886-1887, State's Attorney, 1892-18%; gen- 
eral practice ; member of firm, Cooney & 
Verhoeven. 



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HENRY NOBLE COOPER 

Chicago 

Born May 2, 1861, at Salem, 111.; gradu- 
ate of Union College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1885; married Miss Julia L. 
Pardee, April 24, 1888, at Chicago; Presi- 
dent, Board of Trustees, Village LaGrange, 
111., 1896, Trustee, Lyons Township Pro- 
tective League; member Phi Delta Phi, 
City Club; Vice-President, Fitzsimons & 
Council Dredge & Dock Co., since 1909, 
Secretary, Lake Shore Drive Improvement 
Association, President, 229 Lake Shore 
Drive, Inc. 




WILLIAM JOSEPH CORBOY 

Chicago 

Born June 24, 1888; graduate of Yale 
University, Ph. B., Yale Graduate School, 
Northwestern University Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1917; married Miss 
Eileen Mary Dunne, daughter of former 
Governor Dunne, Oct. 20, 1915, at Spring- 
field, 111. ; member of University and Yale 
Clubs of Chicago ; commissioned First 
Lieutenant, legal division. Ordnance De- 
partment, U. S. A., January, 1918; dis- 
charged Jan. 19, 1919; member of firm of 
Dunne, Corboy & Dunne. 



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PAUL CORKELL 

Chicago 

Born March 22, 1885, at Chicago ; gradu- 
ate Hyde Park High School, Lewis Insti- 
tute, Northwestern School of Commerce, 
Chicago Kent College of Law ; admitted to 
Bar 1911; married to Miss Elizabeth Rose 
Albert, Nov. 7, 1917, at Chicago, 111. ; Law- 
yer Clerk to Judge Matchett, Appellate 
Court, 1917-1918, Assistant Judge, Probate 
Court, 1919- ; member Phi Delta Phi Law 
Fraternity, Chicago Council, Boy Scouts of 
America. 




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JAMES C. CORNELIUS 
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JOHN H. COULTER 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 17, 1873, at Marissa, 111.; grad- 
uate Shurtleff College, A. B., 1893. A. M., 
1896. Chicago College of Law, 1895; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1895; married Miss Marie 
Ca\\vood Hoyt, Feb. 11, 1902, at Chicago; 
member Union League, Kenwood, Rock- 
ford Motor, and Oregon Golf Clubs, and 
Ciiicago and Illinois State Bar Associations. 





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JOHN E. CRAHEN 

Chicago 

Born at Grand Rapids, Mich. ; graduate 
of University of Michigan, LL. B., June, 
1908; admitted to Bar 1908; general prac- 
tice. 



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RALPH G. CRANDALL 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 21. 1886. at Crystal Falls, 
Mich.; graduate of Harvard University, 
A. B., LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1912; mar- 
ried Miss Frances Ellis White, Aug. 19, 
1913, at Milton, Mass. ; Assistant Corpora- 
tion Counsel, City of Chicago, 1915-1918; 
member Republican, Harvard (Chicago 
and New York) and Evanston Golf Clubs, 
Chicago Bar Association; associated with 
iaw firm of Newman, Poppenhusen, Stern 
& Johnston ; corporate organization, reor- 
ganization and financing. 




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JOHN W. CREEKMUR 

Chicago 

Born July 29, 1859, in Kentucky ; graduate 
State Normal School at Normal, 111. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1895 ; married Miss Jessie 
Cyrus, Dec. 24, 1891, at Camp Point, 111.; 
member Illinois State and Chicago Bar As- 
sociations, Illinois Athletic and Beverly 
Country Clubs ; general civil practice. 



BERTHOLD ALBERT CRONSON 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 24, 1895, New York City; 
educated Chicago public and high schools, 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1917; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, October. 1917, to May, 1918, and 
from June, 1919- ; Investigator for Corpo- 
ration Counsel, February, 1916, to October, 
1917; member A. F. & A. M., American 
Officers of Great War, Naval Reserve Offi- 
cers' Association, Chicago Bar Association ; 
general practice. 




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LEWIS T. GREIST 

Chicago 

Bom Crawfordsville, Ind. ; graduate Co- 
lumbia University, LL. B., M. P. L. ; admit- 
ted to Bar 1891 ; married Miss Athelia 
Edwards, 1894, at Waynesville, Ohio ; mem- 
ber Chicago Bar Association, Patent Law 
Association of Chicago, Hamilton and Old 
Colony Clul)S ; member of firm, Cromwell, 
Greist & Warden. 




WILLIAM NEVARRE CROMWELL 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 6, 1877, at Washington, D. C. ; 
educated Columbian (now George Wash- 
ington) University, Washington, D. C, 
LL. B., Master Patent Law; admitted to 
Bar Jan. 2, 1901 ; married Miss Mary G. 
Andrews, Oct. 15, 1902, at Washington, 
D. C. ; member Hamilton and City Clubs, 
Chicago, University Clubs, Washington, 
D. C, and Evanston, 111., Westmoreland 
Country Club, Exemplar Lodge, No. 966, 
A. F. & A. M., Evanston Chapter, No. 144, 
R. A. M., and Evanston Commandery, No. 
58, K. T. 




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FRANKLIN M. WARDEN 

Chicago 

Born at Osborne, Kans. ; graduate of 
George Washington University; admitted 
to Bar. 1911; married Miss Ruth Roberts, 
Sept. 9, 1913, at Chicago; member Patent 
Law Association of Chicago, International 
Association of Gyro Clubs, Midlothian 
Country Club ; patents, trade-marks and un- 
fair competition law. 



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STEPHEN A. CROSS 

Chicago 

Born Alarch 14, 1881 ; graduate Valpa- 
raiso University, B. S., Chicago Kent Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1910; 
married Miss Edna M. Smith, April 27, 
1915, at Chicago; member Hiram Lodge, 
No. 1009, A. F. & A. M., Washington Chap- 
ter, R. A. M.; from 1912-1917 member of 
firm. Bell & Cross ; 1918, general practice, 
associated with Jeffery, Campbell & Clark. 





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WILLIAM R. CROW 

Chicago 

Born May 29, 1893 ; graduate Northwest- 
ern University Law School, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar 1915; member various Masonic 
organizations, Chicago Bar Association; 
associated with Tenney, Harding & Sher- 
man ; served in U. S. Army at Camp Gor- 
don, Ga. 



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ROBERT E. CROWE 

Chicago 

Born at Peoria, 111. ; graduated from pub- 
lic schools and from Yale University; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1901 ; married Miss Candida 
Cuneo ; Assistant State's Attorney of Cook 
County, 1908-1913; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel. Chicago, 1915-1916; elected Judge 
of Circuit Court, November, 1916 ; Chief 
Justice of Circuit Court, 1917; Chief Jus- 
tice of Criminal Court, 1919. 




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DANIEL L. CRUICE 

Chicago 

Horn June 30. 1868, at Buffalo, N. Y. ; 
graduate University of New York, Law 
Department of Lake Forest University, LL. 
H. ; admitted to Bar 1894; married Dec. 26, 
1913, at Chicago ; member Foresters, Yeo- 
men, Woodmen of World, Royal League. 



JOSEPH A. CULKhN 

Chicago 

Born at New York; graduate Chicago- 
Kent College; admitted to Bar 1911; mar- 
ried Miss Rose V. Cahill, Sept. 7, 1911, at 
Oswego, N. Y. ; Assistant Attorney, Sani- 
tary District of Chicago, 1911 to date; 
Committee Clerk, Sanitary District, 1901- 
1911; general practice. 




JOSEPH A. CULKIN 



ALVIN H. CULVER 

Chicago 

Born March 9, 1873, at Chicago; attended 
Northwestern Preparatory School and 
Northwestern University, A. B. ; graduated 
Northwestern Law School; admitted to 
Bar 1896; married Miss Jean Gehan at Chi- 
cago, Aug. 15, 1907; member Hamilton, 
Skokie Golf, Wilmette Country Clubs; Chi- 
cago, Illinois State Bar Associations, Royal 
League and Law Institute; general prac- 
tice; member of firm, Culver, Andrews, 
King & Stitt. 



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MORTON T. CULVER 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 2, 1870, at Chicago; graduate 
of Northwestern University, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar 1892; married Miss Marion 
Hawkes, June 17, 1899, at Geneva, 111.; 
Village Attorney, Glencoe, 1898-1900; 
President. Village of Glencoe, 1900-1902; 
Village Attorney, Glencoe, 1902-1907; Po- 
lice Magistrate, Glencoe, 1892-1897; Justice 
of the Peace. Town of New Trier, 1897- 
1901 ; Assistant Attorney General, State of 
Illinois, under Hon. Edward J. Brundage; 
member Hamilton Club, life member Press 
Club of Chicago, R. A. M. ; assigned as 
Assistant Counsel to Public Utilities Com- 
mission under Hon. George T. Bucking- 
ham; member I. N. G., 1887-1896, serving 
in coal mining and Pullman strikes in 1894. 




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WM. A. CUNNEA 

Chicago 

Born in Ireland ; graduate of St. Mary's, 
Belfast, Union College of Law (Northwest- 
ern University) ; admitted to Bar_ 1889; 
married Alary E. McElherne, Dec. 25, 1895, 
at Chicago. 



HENRY E. CUTLER 

Chicago 

Born Alay 18, 1879 ; educated country 
schools and high school at Crown Point, 
Ind. ; admitted to Bar 1904; married Miss 
Harriet Marquart, 1904 ; member Mystic 
Star Lodge, No. 758, A. F. & A. M.. Sons 
of American Revolution, Union League 
Club ; member of firm. Chapman, Cutler & 
Parker; specializes in municipal bond law. 




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ESKIL CARL DAHLIN 

Chicago 

Born March 8, 1895. at Chicago; graduate 
of Lake View High School, John Marshall 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1916; 
married Miss Violet Elvira Erickson, 1913, 
at Crown Point, Ind. ; memher Legal Ad- 
visory Board, Local Board No. 59; member 
Hamilton Club, Delta Theta Phi Law Fra- 
ternity and Laml)da Sigma Phi Fraternity. 




SAMUEL MacKEEHAN DAGUE 

Chicago 

Born in 1877; graduate of Wabash Col- 
lege, Ph. B., M. A.; Indiana Law School, 
LL. B. ; Columbian University ; admitted to 
Bar 1899; Attorney, Law Division, U. S. 
Department of Interior, Washington, D. C. ; 
Indian Territory and Western States, 1900- 
1910; member College, Mining, Travel & 
Exploration, Phi Gamma Delta, Masonic, 
Elks, Chicago Bar Association, Law 
League. Bar District of Columbia, Indiana 
and Illinois ; corporate, organization and 
finance, revenue and commerce; Counsel for 
other Attorneys in Chicago and at Wash- 
ington, D. C, before U. S. Federal Trade, 
Interstate Commerce, Internal Revenue De- 
partments ; associated with Frank H. 
Drury, patent attorney. 




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FRANCIS LEO DAILY 

Chicago 

Born at Manito, 111., March 31. 1891; 
graduate of Chillicothe (111.) public and 
high schools, Yale University. A. B. ; Har- 
vard University (cum laude), LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1916; married Miss 
Bessie Jean Fisher, May 19, 1918. at Chilli- 
cothe, 111. ; at Yale was member Phi Beta 
Kappa, Beta Theta Pi. Delta Sigma Rho 
and Elihu Club; at Harvard was Editor of 
Harvard Law Review ; damage and per- 
sonal injury practice, corporation work, 
appearance before Public Utilities Commis- 
sion, briefs and upper courts ; member of 
firm, Cooke, Sullivan & Ricks. 



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JUSTIN MELVILLE DALL 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 15, 1868; attended public 
schools of Chicago and Chicago College of 
Law ; admitted to Bar 1896 ; married Abbie 
M. Russell of Chicago, Nov. 26, 1890; mem- 
ber Phi Delta Phi, Mason (K. T., Shriner) ; 
Vice-President of the Chicago Title & 
Trust Co. ; has been connected with that 
company and its constituent companies 
since 1885. 




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CHARLES L. DALY 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 17, 1877, at Detroit, Mich.; 
graduate of North Division High School, 
Northwestern University Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1903 ; married Miss Elizabeth 
Welter, April 26, 1905, at Chicago ; Exam- 
iner, Police and Fire Departments, and 
Attorney, City Civil Service Commission, 
1904-1905 ; Assistant County Attorney, Cook 
County, 1910-1911; Assistant Attorney Gen- 
eral, Illinois, 1914; member Chicago Bar 
Association, Phi Alpha Delta Law Frater- 
nity, Knights of Columbus. 



JOHN B. DANDRIDGE 

Chic.'Xgo 

Born at Fayetteville, Tenn., Oct. 23, 1871 ; 
attended Maryville College, Tenn., National 
Normal University, Ohio, Northern Indiana 
University, B. S. ; University of Michigan, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1900 ; married Miss 
Alice Thompson, March 31, 1910, at West- 
ern Springs, 111. ; member Western Springs 
and Iroquois Clubs and LaGrange Lodge 
No. 770, A. F. & A. M.. and Lawyers' As- 
sociation of Illinois ; general practice, spe- 
cializing real estate law and titles. 




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LEE E. DANIELS 

Chicago 

Born June 22, 1889, at Chicago; graduate 
of Loyola University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1913; married Miss Alice Daly, Nov. 
4, 1916, at Chicago ; member Board of Di- 
rectors, Aviation Club, Chicago; Chicago 
Bar Association ; general civil practice. 



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ROBERT W. DANIELS 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 5, 1880, at Mansfield, Ohio; 
educated Ohio pul)lic schools, Oberlin and 
Chicago-Kent College of Law, LL. B.; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1911; married Miss Florence 
Gutches, Sept. 12, 1905, at Osage, Iowa; 
Assistant St7.te's Attorney, Oct. 1, 1918; 
member Chicago Bar Association ; Morgan 
Park Lodge, A. F. & A. M. ; general prac- 
tice. 



RAYMOND J. DARBY 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 25, 1884, at Wilmot, Wis.; 
graduate of State Normal School (White- 
water, Wis.) ; Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1909; married Miss Agnes 
.'\nderson, Sept. 3, 1912, at Chicago; mem- 
Ijcr of law firm. Richards. Voigt & DaHn-. 
1909-1918; Assistant to Probate Judge and 
Chief Deputy Clerk. 1918-1919; member Phi 
.-Mpha Delta Law Fraternity, Illinois State 
Bar .-Xssociation. Wisconsin Society of Chi- 
cago ; Trust Officer. Union Trust Company, 
Chicago, since Jan. 1, 1920. 



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CLARENCE DARROW 

Chicago 

Born at Kinsman, Ohio; graduate of 
Alleghany College, Michigan University; 
admitted to Bar 1878 ; married ; member 
Legislature of Illinois, Special Traction At- 
torney, Chicago ; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel ; member South Shore Country, 
Chicago Athletic, Iroquois and Press 
Clubs ; general practice. 




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JOSEPH B. DAVID 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 27, 1863, Louisville, Ky. ; edu- 
cated grammar schools; admitted to Bar 
1885 ; married Miss Emma Siesel, Aug. 14, 
1888, at Chicago; Assistant City Attorney, 
Special Assistant State's Attorney under 
Charles S. Deneen, 1903 ; elected Judge of 
Superior Court in June, 1916 to fill unex- 
pired term ; elected full term, November, 
1917 ; Chief Justice, Superior Court, De- 
cember, 1916, to Dec. 1917; member Iro- 
quois, Covenant, Hyde Park American, Illi- 
nois Athletic and Irish Fellowship Clubs ; 
Royal Arcanum, Royal League, National 
Union, I. O. O. B., International Order 
B'nai B'rith, Chicago and Illinois State 
Bar Associatit)ns. 




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CLARENCE DARROW 



HARRY A. DAUGHERTY 

Chicago 

Born May 9, 1875 ; attended Buchtel Col- 
lege, Akron, Ohio, Chicago College of 
Law; admitted to Bar 1896; married Miss 
Elizabeth C. Mulford, June 20, 1900, at 
Chicago, III. ; member Illinois Athletic, 
Ridge Country Clubs, Ohio Society, Past 
Master, Tracy Lodge, No. 810, A. F. & 
A. M. ; general practice until 1915, since 
then general attorney for Standard Oil Co. 
(Indiana). 




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1. KARL DAVIDSON 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 19. 1886. at Grand Rapids. 
Mich.; graduate University of Michijjan, 
LL. 13.; admitted to Bar 1910; member 
Iroquois Club; general practice. 



JOHN L. DAVIDSON 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 17, 1883, at Springfield, Nebr. ; 
University of Nebraska, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, Illinois, 
1909; U. S. Supreme Court, 1913; married 
Miss Lulu Walters, June 17, 1908, at Oak 
Park, 111. ; member Hamilton, Oak Park 
and Westward Ho Golf Clubs, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations and R. A. 
M. ; legal advisor exemption board, Four- 
Minute Man. 




MORGAN LLOYD DAVIES 

Chicago 

Born Dixon, 111., March 4, 1880; gradu- 
ated Northern Illinois Normal School, Uni- 
versity of Michigan, A. B. ; special course 
law department, same school ; married 
Esther Ayres Dement of Dixon, 111., Oct. 
18, 1913; admitted to Bar 1903; General 
Attorney, South Chicago City Railway Co. ; 
Attorney for Crime Committee of City 
Council, 1914; Special Assistant to U. S. 
Attorney General in anti-trust cases, 1913- 
1917; member firm, Richberg, Ickes, Davies 
& Lord ; member University Club. 



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WILLIAM B. DAVIES 

Chicago 

Born July 1, 1879; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan, LL. B.; admitted to Bar 
1900; married Louise B. Greenlee, June 23, 
1906, at LaGrange, III. ; member City Club 
of Chicago, Suburban Club of LaGrange, 
Edge wood Golf Club, LaGrange; member 
firm, Dyrenforth, Lee, Chritton & Wiles. 





WILLIAM B. DAVIES 



HOMER W. DAVIS 

Chicago 

Born June 8, 1882; educated high schools, 
Indiana University; graduate of Chicago 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1910; 
rnernber A. F. & A. M., Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation; Solicitor for Illinois, for Santa Fe 
Railroad. 



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HOMER W. DAVIS 



JAMES C. DAVIS 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 2, 1857, at Keokuk, Iowa; 
admitted to Bar 1877 ; married Clara M. 
Mooar, Dec. 10, 1884, who died March 23, 
1896 ; married Louise M. Pomery, Aug. 
15, 1901 ; member Union League, New 
Evanston, Golf and University Club (Evan- 
ston) ; general practice ; general solicitor. 
Northwestern Railway under federal ad- 
ministration. 



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JAMES EWING DAVIS 

JESSE NEWTON DAVIS 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 21, 1880; graduate of Grand 
Island College, Grand Island, Nebr., A. B. ; 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1909; married Miss Laura 
H. Barrett, June 2i, 1910, at Chicago; mem- 
ber Kenwood Tennis, Wanderers' Tennis, 
Olympia Fields Country and Madison 
(VVis. ) Clubs; trial attorney for Fidelity 
and Casualty Co. of New York from admis- 
sion to Bar to 1911, since that time in law 
department of Chicago, Milwaukee & St. 
Paul Railway Company as Assistant General 
Solicitor. 




JAMES EWING DAVIS 

Chicago 

Born March 19, 1868, at Maidsville, W. 
Va. ; graduate of West Virginia University, 
A. B., LL. B. ; married Katharine Irwin, 
Feb. 24, 1902, at Chicago ; admitted to West 
Virginia Bar 1891 ; member firm of Short, 
Davis & Rust; member Board Civil Service 
Commissioners^ Cook County, 1898-1899; 
member Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations, Mason, Shriner, Odd Fellow, 
Knights of Pythias, Hamilton Club; real 
estate, corporation and probate law prac- 
tice. 




JESSE NEWTOX DAVIS 



EDWARD S. DAY 



Chicago 

Born Feb. 22, 1870; graduate of Spring- 
field (111.) High School; studied law with 
several prominent law firms in Springfield, 
111.; admitted to Bar 1892; married Novem- 
ber, J913, at Chicago; Assistant City Attor- 
ney, Chicago, 1904-1907; Assistant State's 
Attorney, Cook County, 1907-1912, Special 
Assistant Attorney General of Illinois, 1918- 
1919; member Hamilton, Irish Fellowship, 
25th Ward Republican Clubs. Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations. Lawyers' 
Association of Illinois; general practice. 



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STEPHEN A. DAY 

Chicago 

Born Canton, Ohio, July 13, 1882; at- 
tended University School, Cleveland Ohio ; 
Asheville (N. C.) School, and University 
of Michigan, A. B. ; admitted to Bar, Ohio, 
1907 ; Illinois, 1908 ; married Mary Thayer 
Day, Nov. 14, 1905, at Canton, Ohio ; served 
as Private Secretary, Chief Justice Melville 
W. Fuller of U. S. Supreme Court, 1905- 
1907 ; member American, Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations ; Psi Upsilon 
Fraternity; President, National Industrial 
Peace League ; member Union League, 
Hamilton and Glen View Clubs ; special 
attention to federal court matters and cor- 
poration organization. 





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FRANK DeBARTOLO 

Chicago 

Born March 9, 1892, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago-Kent College of Law, Hamilton 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1915; married Miss Anna Coco, April 11, 
1915 ; member Royal League, Royal Ar- 
canum, Knights of Columbus, United Ital- 
ian Benevolent Societies ; general practice. 



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DONALD DEFREES 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 25, 1885; graduated Yale, Ph. 
B. ; Harvard Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1908; married Miss Florence Baker, 
Dec. 18, 1915, at Goshen, Ind. 



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LUDWIG R. DEJMEK 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 9, 1887, at Chicago; graduate 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B., LL. 
M. ; admitted to Bar 1909; married Albe 
Kubik, Nov. 3, 1915, at Chicago; member 
Garfield Lodge, No. 686, A. F. & A. M. 



LUUWIG R. DEJMEK 



DONALD D. DELANY 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 21, 1892; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Ph. B. ; University of Chi- 
cago Law School, J. D. ; admitted to Bar 
1917. 




CHARLES SAMUEL DENEEN 

Chicago 

Born May 4, 1863, Edwardsville, 111.; 
attended McKendree College, A. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1886; married Bina Day 
Maloney, May 10, 1891, at Mt. Carroll, 111. ; 
member Illinois House of Representatives, 
1892; Attorney for Sanitary District of 
Chicago, 1895-1896; State's Attorney, Cook 
County. 1896-1904; Governor of Illinois, 
1905-1909; member American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations ; Union 
League, Law, Hamilton, Exmoor, Beverly 
and Englewood Clubs. 



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WILLIAM B. DENMARK 

Chicago 

Born June 6, 1862; graduate of Union 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1888; 
member D. C. Cregier, A. F. & A. M. ; 
Philippine Camp, U. S. W. V.; general 
practice. 



LOUIS L. DENT 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 21, 1871, at Short Bend, Mo. ; 
graduate of Harvard, A. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1897; married Miss May E. Barrett, 
May 26, 1899, at Chicago; member (Presi- 
dent) Riverside Golf Club and Chicago 
Club ; general practice. 



THOMAS (IJAMS) DENT 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 14, 1831, on farm in Oxbow 
Prairie region, Putnam County, 111. ; at- 
tended common schools in Caledonia and 
Magnolia, Putnam County, and school near 
Asbury Chapel in Hopewell Township, 
Muskingum County, Ohio ; admitted to Bar 
Nov. 7, 1854. in Illinois, and entered into 
practice at Hennepin, 111. ; married Miss 
Susan Strawn of Putnam County, 111., June 
4, 1857 (died March 7, 1911) ; Notary Pub- 
lic for Putnam County, 111., Dec. 7, 1855 ; 
was admitted as Attorney in U. S. Circuit 
and District Courts, Northern District of 
Illinois, March 3, 1856, to U. S. Supreme 
Court, April 30, 1870, and Supreme Court, 
Territory of Dakota, May 11, 1880; member 
of the Union League Club of Chicago, 
Chicago Literary Club, Chicago Law Insti- 
tute and the American, Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations (an ex-President 
of the Chicago Law Institute, the Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations, and 
the Chicago Historical Society) ; has been 
a Presbyterian Elder for over 50 years and 
for 36 years has been a Director of the 
McCormick Theological Seminary; general 
practice in law, chancery, admiralty, patent 
law and criminal cases ; formerly Attorney 
for the Chicago Board of Trade and a 
number of national banks. 




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KOCCO Dc STEFANO 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 21, 1875, in Chicago; graduate 
of St. Ignatius College, Metropolitan Busi- 
nes.s College, Chicago College of Law ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1898; married in Chicago; 
Assistant Corporation Counsel, 1906-1907; 
Corresponding Secretary, City Collector, 
1897-1903; Assi.stant Attorney, Forest Pre- 
serve, 1919-1920; member Legal Advisory 
Board, No. 42 (Secretary), 1917-1918; 
Chairman War Agency Drive, 19th Ward 
(1918); member Bellini Lodge, No. 571, 
Knights of Pythias; Royal League, Vernon 
Council, No. 84; Humboldt Park, A. F. & 
A. M., No. 813; Northwest Chapter, R. A. 
M., No. 224; Modern Woodmen of Amer- 
ica, Chicago Camp 3052; criminal and civil 
practice in all courts. 



DON E. DETRICH 

Sparta 

Born Oct. 6. 1856; graduate Sparta High 
School ; admitted to Bar 1879 ; married 
Emma B. Glove, Dec. 21, 1881, at Shiloh 
Hill; State's Attorney, 1880-1884; Master 
in Chancery. 1896-1902; Assistant Attorney 
General, 1913-1917; member Chester Lodge, 
No. n, A. F. & A. M. 




WILLIAM H. DEVENISH 

Chicaco 

Born April 16, 1886, at Chicago; graduate 
Lewis Institute. Chicago Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1908; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, 1915-1917; City Attorney, 1917 to 
date. 



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DANIEL M. DEVER 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 19, 1891, at Portville, N. Y. ; 
graduate St. Ignatius College, Law Depart- 
ment, Loyola University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1917; Representative of County 
Treasurer in Countv Attorney's Office, 1912- 
1915; Military Service, 1918-1919; member 
University Council. Knights of Columbus, 
American Brotherhood, Praters ; general 
practice. 





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JAMES T. DEVERE 

Chicago 

Born 1871, at Indianapolis Ind. ; graduate 
De Paul University, Illinois College of Law, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1904; married 
Miss Angela Hackbert, Aug. 10, 1892, at Chi- 
cago ; three sons served in Great War : 
James, killed in France, Edward, wounded 
in France, and John, 14 years old, who saw 
active duty in U. S. Navy; member K. of 
P., F. O. E., Knights and Leagues of Secur- 
ity, American Brotherhood ; member of firm 
of Devere. Murray & Raymond. 



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JAMES T. DEVERE 



JOHN B. DEVINE 
Chicago 



Born at St. Louis, Mo. ; graduate of St. 
Ignatius College, A. B., Loyola University, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1911; member of 
Knights of Columbus ; general practice. 




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JOHN F. DEVINE, JR. 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 16, 1889; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Notre Dame; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Miss Mary Bredemus ; As- 
sistant Prol)ate Judge, 1918 to date; member 
P'lks, Eagles. 



DOXALD JOSEPH DE WOLFE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 26, 1884, at Assumption, 111.; 
graduate of Eastern Illinois State Normal, 
at Charleston. 111.. University of Chicago, 
LL. B., cum laude; admitted to Bar, 1911; 
married Miss Elizabeth Swafford. Nov. 2, 
1917, at Kansas City, Mo. ; member Chicago 
Bar Association ; civil practice, both com- 
mon law and chancery in state and federal 
courts, nisi prius and reviewing courts. 




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HARRY C. DIAMOND 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 6, 1887, at Dublin, Ireland; 
graduate of John Marshal! Law School, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1909; member 
John Corson Smith Lodge No. 944 A. F. & 
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HENRY F. DICKINSON 

Chicago 

Born 1874, at St. Louis, Mo.; graduate of 
Wisconsin University and Law School, LL. 
B., Harvard Law School (post graduate 
work). Lake Forest Academy; admitted to 
Bar, Wiscon.'^in, 1896, Illinois, 1898; married 
Miss Edith C. Colebrooke, 1902, at Evans- 
ton, 111. ; member University, Indian Hill 
Golf, Wisconsin Alumni, Harvard, Camp 
Fire, and Highland Park Clubs ; general 
practice. 




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JOHN A. DIENNER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 22, 1887, at Elkhart, Ind., 
graduate of common and high schools at 
Elkhart, Purdue University, B. A., master 
degree in engineering; George Washington 
University, LL. B., Georgetown University, 
Master Patent Law; admitted to Bar, 1912; 
married Miss Pearl J. Calhoun, July 27, 
1915. at Washington, D. C. ; Assistant Ex- 
aminer in U. S. Patent Office, 1910-1914; 
member City, Electric and University 
(Evanston) Club, Assoc, member A. I. 
E. E. ; member Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta 
Phi and Tau Beta Pi Fraternities. 




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JACOB McGAVOCK DICKINSON, JR. 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 4, 1891, at Nashville, Tenn.; 
graduate of Yale, B. A., Harvard, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1915 ; married Miss Mar- 
garet Smith, 1916, at Cincinnati, O. ; Assist- 
ant State's Attorney, 1915-1917, Captain 
Field Artillery, 1917-1919; member Univers- 
ity Club ; general practice. 




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GKORGE E. DIERSSEN 



HOMER D. DINES 



Chicago 

Born Oct. 16, 1877. at Shelbyville, Mo.; 
educated Chaddock College, of Quincy, 111., 

B. S.. LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1900; mar- 
ried Miss May Dickson, Oct. 8. 1901, at 
Quincy. 111. ; private secretary, Justice Guy 

C. Scott, of Illinois Supreme Court, 190J- 

1908. private secretary. Justice George A. 
Cooke, of Illinois Supreme Court, June, 

1909, to June, 1919; member Masonic order. 




GEORGE E. DIERSSEN 

Chicago 

Born March 16, 1879, at Chicago; gradu- 
ate of University of Michigan, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1901 ; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel 1907-1911 ; Assistant Attorney Gen- 
eral, 1917; member Hamilton Club, Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations, Mason 
(Shriner). 




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FRANK E. DINGLE 

Chic.vgo 

Born on farm near New Castle, Ind., 
June 12, 1884; graduate New Castle High 
School, 1904; attended Tri-State Normal 
College, Angola, Ind., Indiana University, 
Bloomington, Ind., University of Chicago, 
Ph. B., 1914; graduate University of Chi- 
cago Law School, 1916; married Mary 
Warford of Geneva, III. ; teacher and high 
school principal New Castle schools ; ward 
superintendent New Castle ; member Blue 
Lodge No. 91, A. F. & A. M., at New 
Castle, Chapter No. 50, R. A. M., Council 
No. 51 and Commandery No. 44, K. T., New 
Castle : formerly associated with Henry J. 
and Charles Aaron, later with firm of 
Boyle, Mott and Miller; now associated 
with Trust Department. Foreman Bros. 
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HARRY S. DITCHBURNE 

Chicago 

Born May 19, 1886, at Chicago ; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1910; married Miss Bcrnice 
Beebe, Oct. 29, 1910, at Chicago; member 
Chicago Bar Association. 




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GEORGE C. DIXON 

Dixon 

Born Oct. 1, 1881, at Dixon, 111.; at- 
tended Northern College of Law, Dixon, 
University of Chicago Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1908; married Miss Lenore 
C. Puterbaugh at Dixon, 111., Nov. 16, 1907; 
appointed assistant attorney general under 
Edward J. Brundage, Aug. 1, 1919; mem- 
ber of Knights Templar Consistory and 
council of the Masons, Independent Order 
of Odd Fellows ; served as Exalted Ruler 
of Dixon Lodge No. 779. B. P. O. E., 
member of Illinois State Bar Association ; 
member of law firm Dixon & Dixon, at- 
torneys for the C. & N. W., C. B. & Q., 
I. C, S. D. & E. Electric railroads. 




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WILLIAM WARREN DIXON 

Chicago 

Born April 27, 1877; graduated Harvard 
College, S. B., Harvard Law School LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1904; married Miss Ethel 
Field Fisher, June 15, 1910, at Chicago; 
member Union League, Hamilton, Chicago 
Athletic, South Shore Country, University 
and Law Clubs, Chicago, Illinois State and 
American Bar Associations ; member law 
firm of Calhoun, Lyford & Sheean during 
its existence. 




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WILLIAxM D. DOGGETT 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 28, 1889, at Chicago; one 
year each Wendell Phillips High, Bryant 
& Stratton's Business College, Illinois Col- 
lege of Commerce, Y. M. C. A. academic 
course, graduate John Marshall Law School, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1911; married 
Miss Hazel A. Strong, October 31, 1917, at 
Chicago ; Bank & Trust Company law ; legal 
dept. of Illinois Trust & Savings Bank 
since 1911. 



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WILLIAM D. DOGGETT 



VV. J. DOLE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 28, 1882, at Westphalia, Mich. ; 
graduate of Michigan State Normal Col- 
lege, Valparaiso University, De Paul Uni- 
versit}-, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1912; 
married Anna Engel, Feb., 1902, at Lansing, 
Mich.; member Masonic Fraternity, Irish 
Fellowship Club, Lawyers Association of 
Illinois, Illinois State Bar Association; cor- 
poration practice. 





W. J. DOLE 



JAMES DONAHOE 

Chicago 

Born March 28, 1866; educated public 
schools and St. Viator's College ; admitted 
to Bar. 1896; married Delia Loftice. 1894; 
alderman 34th and 35th wards, 1910-1914; 
Judge Municipal Court since 1917. 



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GEORGE A. DONNELLY 

Chicago 

Born July 23, 1867; graduated Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL.B, 1896; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1896 ; general practice. 





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JOHN J. DOWNEY 

Chicago 

Born May 9, 1884; graduate Northwest- 
ern University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1908 ; married Florence J. Arthur, June 19, 
1914, at Chicago ; real estate law. 



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JOHN J. DOWNEY 



EDWARD ANDREW DOYLE 

Chicago 

Born July 12, 1891; attended St. Pat- 
rick's Academy, St. Catherine's Academy, 
Chicago Latin School, University School, 
Phillips-Andover, Yale University and 
Northwestern University Law School, LL. 
B. ; adrhitted to Bar, 1916 ; member Omi- 
crom Kappa Pi. Phi Delta Phi, Iroquois 
Club, American and Illinois State Bar Asso- 
ciations ; general practice in all branches 
excepting criminal. 




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WILLIAM A. DOYLE 

Chicago 

Born at Winchester, 111. ; graduate of 
Christian Brothers, St. Louis, Mo., Union 
College of Law, Northwestern University, 
LL. B., LL. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1887; mar- 
ried Miss Mary Gertrude Edwards, Sept. 
17, 1890, at Chicago; Master in Chancery, 
Circuit Court, memher Chicago Athletic 
Association, South Shore Country, Iroquois 
Clubs, and National Bar, Illinois State Bar 
and Chicago Bar Associations ; general 
practice. 



WIl-LIAM A. DOYLE 



GEORGE J. DREISKE 

Chic.\go 

Born July 4, 1875, at Chicago; graduate 
of Baldwin-Wallace College, University of 
Michigan, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1900, 
Illinois, 1899. Michigan ; married June 22, 
1899, at Ann Arbor, ^Iich.; member Chicago 
Bar Association. Art Institute ; Professor 
Criminal Law and Evidence, Webster Col- 
lege of Law past 6 years. 





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MORRIS J. DREZNER 

Chicago 

Born May 10, 1885 ; graduate of De Paul 
and Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, Illinois, 1911, U. S. District 
Court, 1912; married Miss Fanny Gwirtz- 
man, Aug. 31, 1913. at New York City; 
associate member of Legal Advisory Board 
84 and 34 ; general practice ; trial lawyer, 
probate court practice. 



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FRANK HENDERSON DRURY 

Chicago 

Born April 1, 1860, at Worcester, Mass.; 
graduate of State Normal School (Mass.), 
B. S., Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1898; married (1st) Jennie 
E. Andrews in 1884 (died 1896) ; (2nd) 
Sarah E. Gloss, of Evanston, 111., Dec. 24, 
1898 (died 1918) ; member Chicago Patent 
Law Association, American Association En- 
gineers, Western Society Engineers, Ma- 
sons, Odd Fellows, Modern Woodmen, 
National Union ; practice exclusively in 
federal courts, making specialty of patent 
and corporation law. 




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JOHN M. DUFFY 



JOHN T. DUFFY 
Chicago 



Born Feb. 4, 1892 ; educated St. Ignatius 
College, Loyola University of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1916; member Assemblers, 
Chicago Bar Association. 




FRANK HE.NDKKSOX UKURY 

JOHN M. DUFFY 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 25, 1869, in Chicago ; graduate 
of Chicago Union College of Law, A. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1896; married; City Col- 
lector, City Controller ; served with Com- 
missioners of Public Works, also for six 
years with Sanitary District of Chicago 
during entire construction of main chan- 
nel as Secretary of Board of Trustees, 
later General Counsel of the Board ; Secre- 
tary of 1st American Catholic Congress at 
Baltimore in 1899. and member of its orig- 
inal Committee on Organization. 




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ALBERT G. DUNCAN 

Chicago 

Born April 1, 1891 ; educated University 
of Chicago and University of Chicago Law 
School, Ph. B., J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 
1914; married Miss Patrice Thomas, Aug., 
1918, at New York ; member Siloam, A. F. 
& A. M. ; captain National Army six 
months ; in A. E. F. with 332nd M. G. Bn. 



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ARTHUR F. DURAND 

Chicago 

Born 1871 : graduate of Lake Forest Uni- 
versity, Law Dept. ; admitted to Bar, 1899; 
married; member University (Washington), 
Hamilton. Union League and City Clubs, 
Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associations, 
Royal League, Phi Delta Phi ; patent law. 





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ROBERT W. DUNN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 27, 1873; educated Chicago 
Public Schools and University of Michigan, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1895; married 
Miss Helen McCosh. March 30, 1907, at 
Bay City, Mich. ; member Beta Theta Pi 
Fraternity, Phi Delta Phi Fraternity, Ham- 
ilton and University Clubs ; secretary and 
legal counsel of Illinois Highway Improve- 
ment Association in the county campaign 
for Good Roads Bond Issue and in the State 
of Illinois Sixty Million Dollar Good 
Roads Bond Issue. 



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WILLIAM H. DUVAL 

Chicago 

Born March 14, 1861, at Washington, 
D. C. ; educated Georgetown University, 
Washington, D. C, St. Ignatius Loyola 
College, Baltimore, Md., LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar to Charleston, West Virginia, 1891, 
Illinois Bar, 1891 ; married Miss Anna 
Pehrson, Aug. 17, 1896, at Chicago, 111.; 
Assistant State's Attorney since 1913, 
County Attorney, 1914-1917; member Iro- 
quois Club and Knights of Columbus ; cor- 
poration and general practice, exclusive of 
criminal. 




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EDGAR O. EAKIN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 17, 1878, at Elgin, 111. ; gradu- 
ate of Chicago Seminary of Science, Chi- 
cago Law^ School, A. B., LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1911; associate member Legal Ad- 
visory Board, 1918-1919; member Federal 
Lodge 961, A. F. & A. M., Chicago Lodge 
43, Loyal Order of Moose, Mecca Legion 
11, Mooseheart Legion of the World. Ona- 
wa Tribe 490 Improved Order of Red Men, 
Chicago Assembly American Brotherhood 
U. S. A., Lawyers Association of Illinois, 
Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associations ; 
special counsel Interstate and Intra-state 
Commerce laws ; 15 years with Baltimore 
& Ohio R. R. ; general practice of law. 




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PAUL EDWARD DUZESKI 

Chicago 

Born June 4, 1884, at Eckley, Pa. ; grad- 
uate high school, business college (court 
reporting), Chicago Conservatory of Elo- 
cution (teacher's certificate), Western Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1911; 
married Miss Duchess E. Delihant, July 2, 
1900, at Chicago ; with Chicago Mill & 
Lumber Co. since 1906 ; member Chicago 
Law Institute ; corporation law. During 
war was sergeant, I. V. T. C, 1st Infantry, 
Motor Transport Train. 




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J. LEWIS KAKLYWINE 

Chicago 

Horn June 11, 1880; graduate Kentucky 
University, A. B., LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1910, Kentucky, 1913, Illinois; persona! in- 
jury and Kt'ueral practice. 



ALBERT N. EASTMAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 17, 1864, in Ashtabula County, 
Ohio; graduate of Kingsville Academy, 
.•\shtal)ula High School, collegiate course 
under private tutor, studied law under 
Frank J. Smith and F. A. Helmer, Chi- 
cago ; admitted to Bar in 1887 ; married 
Myrta E. Hopkins. July. 1899, at Ashtabula, 
O. ; member of firm Eastman, White & 
Hawxhurst; during McKinley campaign 
was President of Lincoln Club, is e.x-officer 
Hamilton Club, of which he is life member; 
former president Edgewater Country Club ; 
member American. International, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar .Associations, former 
president Commercial Law League ; member 
Oriental Consistorj-, Illinois Commandery, 
Medinah Temple ; one of founders and trus- 
tees of Edgewater Presbyterian Church. 




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CHARLES SCRIBNER EATON 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 24, 1878, at Palmyra, Mo.;, 
educated Chicago public grammar and high 
schools, Lewis Institute, graduate of Uni- 
versity of Chicago, A. B., Harvard Uni- 
versity, LL. B. ; married Helen Davida 
Harper, Oct. 6, 1904, at Chicago ; 
admitted to Bar, 1903 ; member Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations, Illinois So- 
ciety of the Sons of the Revolution, Alpha 
Delta Phi Fraternitj-, Union League and 
Harvard Clubs, Mason ; member for three 
jears and chairman for two terms of the 
Lawyers Subdivision of Chicago Associa- 
tion of Commerce, including Illinois Com- 
mittee. Housing and Public Welfare, 
Survey Committee and Legislative Commit- 
tee ; also served as member Judicial Re- 
form and Procedure Committee, Commit- 
tee on Political Nominations. Committee 
on Public Expenditures, and Committee on 
Constitutional Convention, Committee of 
the Citj- Club of Chicago; Government Ap- 
peal Agent Local Board No. 15, of Chi- 
cago ; elected Alderman of Sixth Ward, 
April, 1919. 



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ALFAR AI. EBERHARDT 

Chicago 

Born July 13, 1883; graduate of Lewis 
Institute, Northwestern University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1905 ; assistant attorney 
general, 1919 to date; member Hamilton, 
Lincoln, American Unity Clubs, Garden 
City Lodge A. F. & A. M., Lincoln Park 
Commandery ; corporation and estates. 





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ROBERT HAMILTON EBERLE 

Chicago 

Born at St. Louis, Mo. ; graduate of Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law ; admitted to 
Bar, I9I3 ; married Belle Knapp, Jan. 26, 
1913; member Veritas Lodge No. 926, A. F. 
& A. AI. ; chancery and civil practice. 



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ROBERT HAMILTON EBERLE 



WALTER H. ECKERT 

Chicago 

Born Alarch 10, 1880, at Woodstock, 111. ; 
graduate of Northwestern Universitj% LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1903 ; married Georgia 
Cooper, Sept. 3, 1907, at Chicago ; member 
Union League, Hinsdale and Hinsdale Golf 
Clubs. 




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MICHAEL ECKSTEIN 

Springfield 

Born July 23, 1882, at Jassy, Roumania ; 
praduate of University of Bucharest (Rou- 
mania), Chicago-Kent College of Law; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1909; married Miss Minnie 
Oppleman, July 2, 1914, at Chicago; At- 
torney for Police Pension Board and Public 
Administrator Sangamon Co. ; member Ma- 
sons. K. P., Sangamon County and Illinois 
State Bar Associations; general practice. 



PERCY B. ECKHART 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 20, 1877, at Chicago; educated 
Chicago public schools, Chicago Manual 
Training School, University of Chicago, 
Ph. B., Harvard Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1902; married Miss Charlotte 
B. Capen, June 6, 1903, at Bloomington, 111.; 
lecturer on Public Service Corporations, 
University of Chicago Law School, 1903- 
1916; President ;Exmoor Country Club, 
1919 : member Union League, Exmoor 
Country, Cliff Dwellers, Kenilworth Clubs, 
governing member Chicago Art Institute, 
member American, Illinois, Chicago Bar 
Associations. Law Club, Delta Kappa Epsi- 
lon, Phi Delta Phi, Harvard and National 
Arts Club. 




MICHAEL ECKSTEIN 



SEYMOUR EDGERTON 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 18, 1866, at Richmond, Va. ; 
graduate of Middlebury College. 1888, 
A. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1890; married. 



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BENJAMIN HARRISON EHRLICH 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 10, 1892, at Chicago; educated 
Lake View High School, Chicago Kent 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1913 ; married Miss Loretta Blanston, Mar. 
31, 1916, at Chicago ; member K. P. and 
Odd Fellows ; assisted in defense many 
criminal cases. 





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DAVID EICHBERG 

Chicago : 

Born Mar. 18, 1860; graduate Shurtleff 
College (Upper Alton, 111.), University of 
Illinois, B. L., Union College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1884; married Miss 
Emma Longini, Dec. 15, 1892, at Chicago; 
member Sigma Chi, Masonic, National 
Union, Law Institute, Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation ; real estate and probate, general 
practice. 



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DAVID EICHBERG 



DAVID S. EISENDRATH 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 1, 1887, at Racine, Wis. ; edu- 
cated in public and high schools of Chicago, 
University of Chicago, Ph. B., University 
of Chicago Law School, J. D., Cum Laude ; 
admitted to Bar, 1909; member Universal 
Lodge, No. 985, A. F. & A. M., Peerless 
Chapter O. E. S., Chicago Bar Association, 
Four Minute Men. 




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HERMAN L. EKERN 

Chicago 

Horn Dec. 21, 1872; graduate of Univers- 
ity of Wisconsin Law School; admitted to 
Bar, 1894; married Miss Lily C. Anderson; 
District Attorney, 1894-1898; member of 
Assembly of Wisconsin, 1903-1908; Deputy 
Commissioner of Insurance, 1909-1910; 
Commissioner of Insurance, Wisconsin, 
1911-1915; insurance law; Counsel for Na- 
tional Association of Mutual Fire and 
Casualty Insurance Companies. 



EMANUEL ELLER 

Chicago 

Horn Dec. 21, 1889, at Chicago; graduate 
of Webster College of Law, LL. B. : ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1915; married Anna Gins- 
liurg, Sept. 19, 1916, at Chicago; Assistant 
CoriM)ration Counsel, Cliicago, 1917 to date; 
meml)er Pleiades Lodge, No 478, A. F. & 
A. M.. Chicago Bar Association; general 
practice. 





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FREDERIC C. ELLIS 

Chicago 

Born June 7, 1873, at Chicago; graduate 
')f Northwestern University, A. B. ; ad- 
milted to Bar, 1898; member Lawyers Asso- 
ciation, Chicago Law Institute, City Club; 
served in 1st 111. Cavalry in Spanish-Ameri- 
can War ; corporation law. 



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W. D. ELMER 

Chicago 

Born at Big Rock, Iowa ; graduate of 
S. U. I., 1883, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 
1883; married Miss Winifred Kidder, June 
25, 1885, at Davenport, Iowa. 





W. D. ELMER 



JOSEPH F. ELWARD 

Chicago 

Born in Chicago, 111. ; graduate of Loyola 
University, A. B., LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1915. 



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FRANK EMERICH 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 5, 1874; graduate of Johns 
Hopkins University, Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School; admitted to Bar, 1896; 
married Miss Carrie Unger, Sept. 20, 1908, 
at Salida, Calif.; attorney for Dept. of 
Health, Chicago, 1899-1900; member Press 
Club of Chicago, Iroquois, Chicago, City 
and National Press_ Clubs, Washington, D. 
C. ; practice restricted entirely to practice 
before Congress and other legislative bodies, 
governmental commissions and committees, 
and in the interest of trade organizations, 
inclusive of publicistic work. 




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JAMES IGNATIUS ENNIS 

Chicago 

Horn Oct. 17, 1861 ; educated public and 
liiRli schools, Union College of Law, Kent 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1893; married Miss (jeorgina Wild, Feb. 
15. 1887, at Chicago; employed for 25 years 
by Merchants Loan & Trust Co., Master m 
Chancery, Superior Court, 1911-1917; Com- 
missioner North Shore Park District, Chi- 
cago, 1899-1906; member Irish Fellowship, 
Iroquois Clubs, Veteran Corps 1st Reg. 
Inf., I. N. G., Honorary member of com- 
panies F, H and K, 1st Reg. Inf., I. N. G., 
honorary member National Organization 
State Bank Examiners, Chicago Bar and 
Illinois State Bar Associations ; law lec- 
turer for American Institute of Banking, 
Lecturer ff)r Chicago Business Law School 
and for Walton's School of Commerce; 
served 1st Reg. I. N. G., 1882-1892, in com- 
panies F and K ; mustered Co. K into First 
Reg. in 1890 and served as its first captain. 



ALBERT B. ENOCH 

Chicago 

Born at Afton, Iowa; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Ph. B., University of 
Chicago Law School, J. D. ; admitted to 
Bar. 1908; general attorney C. R. L & P. 
Rv. Co. 




SAMUEL B. EPSTEIN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 15, 1890, in Russia; graduate 
of University of Chicago Academic and 
Law School, Ph. B., J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 
1915; member A. F. & A. M.; served in 
Xaval Reserve Force during 1918. 



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CHARLES EPHRAIM ERBSTEIN 

Chicago 

Born Cleveland, Ohio ; attended Chicago 
public schools and Chicago College of Law; 
admitted to Bar, 1897; married Miss Olivia 
King, Feb. 23, 1906, at Chicago ; member 
Elks ; general and criminal practice. 





CHARLES EPHRAIM ERBSTEIN 



ALFRED O. ERICKSON 

Chicago 

Born on farm in Wisconsin ; graduate of 
Universities of Wisconsin and Indiana; 
forensics and public speaking at Chicago 
Conservatory, Law Dept., Lake Forest Uni- 
versity, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1899, Su- 
preme Court, 1909 ; served as trial lawyer, 
City of Chicago, 1906-1911; assistant state's 
attorney, 2 years ; assistant corporation 
counsel. 1915 to date ; member American 
and Chicago Bar Associations, Mason, 
Loyal Order of Moose, Wisconsin Society 
of Chicago and other clul)s. 



ALFRED O. ERICKSON 



CECIL C. ERICKSON 

Chicago 

Born March 30, 1882, at Farmer City, 111 
attended University of Illinois, University 
of Michigan, A. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1909 
married Miss Bertha Delpire at Chicago 
July 22, 1914; member Golden Rule Lodge 
No. 159, A. F. & A. M., Jackson Park Chap- 
ter No. 222, Frank M. Burroughs No. 708, 
K. of P. ; corporation practice. 




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JOHN T. EVANS 

Chicago 

Born in Macon County. Mo. ; educated 
in public schools and college at Kirksville, 
Mo., Chicago Law School; admitted to 
Bar, 1903: captain U. S. A. in 1918; mem- 
ber Chicago Athletic Association, Hamilton 
and Exmoor Country Clubs, Phi Delta Phi, 
A. F. & A. M. ; general practice. 




JOHN EDWARD EKICKSON 

Chicago 

Born at Thorold, Can. ; attended Richland 
Academy, Richland, Mo., and Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, Chicago; admitted to Bar, 
1907; married Miss Hilda Olive Hedreen 
at Chicago, March 12, 1909; member Royal 
Arcanum and Moody Church of Chicago; 
commercial, personal injury, compensation 
act cases, real estate and general practice 
in state and federal courts. 




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EDWARD WARREN EVERETT 

Chic.\go 

Born Oct. 3, 1873. St. Joseph, Mo. ; gradu- 
ate Lake Forest University, Chicago Col- 
lege of Law; admitted to Bar, 18%; mar- 
ried Miss Ruth Fuller, April 7, 1917, at 
Chicago ; member Chicago, Illinois State 
and American Bar Associations, Chicago 
Law, Exmoor and South Shore Country 
Clubs, Chicago Athletic Association, Mid 
Day Club; member of firm of Winston, 
Strawn & Shaw. 



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F. L. FAIRBANK 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 29, 1881, in Iowa; graduate of 
public and high schools, Illinois College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1906; mar- 
ried Edna E. Cronin, June 6, 1914, at Chi- 
cago. 111. ; Assistant State's Attorney, Cook 
County. 1908-1912; member Masons and 
Odd P'ellows, Chicago Bar Association; 
member Northup, Arnold & Fairbank, 
1912-1917, firm of Northup, Fairbank & 
Klein. 1917 to date. 




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FRANK M. FAIRFIELD 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 25, 1866, at Odell. 111. ; gradu- 
ate of Kent College of Law, LL. B., Lake 
Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1895 ; married Miss Fanny Wagner, Aug. 
30, 1901, at Chicago; Commissioner Boy 
Scouts of America ; member Hamilton 
Club, Chicago and Illinois State Bar Asso- 
ciations, Lawyers Association of Illinois, 
Law Institute ; former member Kansas 
National Guard; member of famous Cow 
Boy Cavalry Troop. Oregon National 
Guard ; specializes in insurance law. 




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MAX J. FARBER 

Born Dec. 7, 1877; graduate Western Re- 
serve University, Cleveland, Ohio, A. B., 
Harvard Law School. LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1903 ; member Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion, Phi Betta Kappa Society. 




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JAMES F. FARDY 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago, 111., Oct. 27, 1880; at- 
tended Chicago Kent College of Law ; ad" 
mitted to Bar, 1907; married Miss Alice 
Henry, April 1, 1918, at Chicago; chief 
examiner of titles (Torrens System), Cook 
County. 1912-1916; assistant state's attor- 
ney, 1918 ; criminal law and real property. 



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ROBERT HILL FARRELL 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 30, 1891, Chicago. 111.; at- 
tended grammar and high scliools of Chi- 
cago ; graduated Chicago Kent College of 
Law. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1915; served 
as .\ppellate Court attorney for City of Chi- 
cago. July, 1916, to date; member Illinois 
State and Cliicago Bar Associations and 
Lawyers .Association of Illinois. Phi Alpha 
Delta Fraternity. Chicago Real Estate Board 
and B. P. O. E. ; engaged in general prac- 
tice. 




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ROBERT HILL FARRELL 



JOHN C. FARWELL 

Chicago 

Born at Grand Rapids, Mich. ; graduate 
of Union College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1896 ; member Union League and Wood- 
lawn Park Clubs ; real estate, corporation 
and probate law. 



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CHARLES J. FAULKNER, JR. 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 23, 1877, Martinsburg, W. Va. ; 
graduate of Washington and Lee University 
(Lexington, Va.), LL. B. ; married Miss 
Elizabeth Durkee of Chicago, Oct. 12. 1907; 
admitted to Bar, West Virginia and Vir- 
ginia, in 1898; removed to Chicago, 1899; 
admitted to Illinois Bar, 1899 ; General 
Counsel. Armour & Co., since 1917; member 
American, Illinois and Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciations, South Shore Country Club, Chi- 
cago Athletic Association, Metropolitan 
Club of Washington, D. C, Phi Gamma 
Delta Club, New York, Illinois Sons of 
American Revolution. 




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MICHAEL FEINBERG 

Chicago 

Born July 15, 1886; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1907; married Miss Anna Kaufman, 
Dec. 21, 1913, at Chicago; Master in Chan- 
cery, Circuit Court, since March, 1919 ; As- 
sociate Attorney for Public Administrators, 
1907-1911; member Chicago Lodge No. 4, 
B. P. O. E., Garland Lodge No. 666, K. P. ; 
civil and criminal practice, particularly de- 
fense of Violations of U. S. Postal Laws. 




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HAROLD A. FEIN 

CHIC.A.GO 

Born May 18, 1896 ; graduate Chicago 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1917; 
member A. F. & A. M., K. P.. I. O. B. B., 
Chicago Bar Association, Phi Delta Alpha 
Fraternity; corporation law and income tax 
matters ; member of firm Miller & Fein 
Served in U. S. Navv for 9 months. 




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Wil.LIAM H. FEIXDT 

CUKAGO 

(Iraduatc of University of Miclii.uan ; ad- 
mitted to P.ar. 1898; Assistant State's At- 
torney. 1909-1912. 



M. E. FEIWELL 

Chicago 

Born 1890 ; graduate of University Law 
School; admitted to Bar, 1915; member 
Legal Advisory Board during War, Dist. 
81; member Odd Fellows, City Club; gen- 
eral practice. 




REUBEN J. FELDMAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 21. 1889; graduate John Mar- 
shall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar. 
1912; member A. F. & A. M.. Chicago Bar 
Association, U. S. Army. 1918-1919. 



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WILLIAM FELDMAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 6, 1887; graduate public high 
school, Northwestern University Law 
School, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1910; 
member Covenant Club, K. P., and Odd 
Fellows ; chattel mortgage and sales, gen- 
eral ])ractice. 





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WILLIAM FELDMAN 



HARRY H. FELGAR 

Chicago 

Born on farm near Quincy, 111. ; educated 
in country schools ; attended Carthage Col- 
lege (Carthage, 111.) ; graduate of North- 
western University Law School ; admitted 
to Illinois and Federal Bar, 1909; married; 
during world war served on Draft Board, 
Speakers Bureau and other war cpmmit- 
tees ; much of practice has been mechanics' 
liens and wills ; frequently retained in trial 
cases of other lawyers. 



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HARRY H. FELGAR 



EDWARD P. FELKER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 8, 1891 ; graduate Harvard 
College, A. B., Harvard Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, Iowa, 1914, Illinois, 
1919; Captain F. A., U. S. R., served in 
U. S. Army, 1917-1918; A. F. & A. AL, L. O. 
O. M., Commercial Law League ; general 
practice. 




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K. J. FELLINGHAM 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 19, 1872; graduate of North- 
western Universit}', A. B., Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1899; mar- 
ried Miss (iertrude Cooley, of New York, 
Sept. 9, 1903, at Canandaigua, N. Y. ; from 
1918 to date, attorney for Standard Oil Co. 
of Indiana. 



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R. J. FELLINGHAM 



EDWARD G. FELSENTHAL 

Born July 8. 1886. at Chicago, 111.; edu- 
cated i)uhlic schools. Morgan Park Acad- 
emy. University of Chicago. A. B., 1908, 
Universitj- of Chicago Law School, J. D., 
1910; admitted to Bar, 1910; married Miss 
Mildred Hartman, Feb. 5, 1913; member 
Standard, Kavisloe Country and Book and 
Play Clubs and Chicago, Illinois and Ameri- 
can Bar Associations ; general practice ; 
member of firm FcLsenthal, Wilson and 
Struckmann. 





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GEORGE HENRY FENN 

Chicago 

Born May 17, 1874; graduate of Birk- 
beck Institute (London, Eng.). City of 
London College (London, Eng.), Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B., LL. M. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1910; married Miss Clara 
Eugenia Trimble, Dec. 25, 1918. at Chicago ; 
Attorney for Judge David F. Matchett, 
Appellate Court, 1st Dist., Jan., 1919, to 
date; member (vice-pres.) British Ameri- 
can Club, Chicago Bar Association, Cana- 
dian Club of Chicago, British Empire As- 
sociation. Prairie Club ; Daily News lecturer 
for 3 years ; general and landlord and ten- 
ant practice. 



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ROBERT C. FERGUS 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago ; graduate of Yale Uni- 
versity ; admitted to Bar, 1893 ; memljer 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations, Chicago Law Institute, Chi- 
cago Historical Society, Chicago Literary 
Club and Yale Club of Chicago ; author 
"The Influence of the Eighteenth Novel of 
Justinian,"' two papers ; Editor, Interna- 
tional Exchange. Postulant for Federal 
Judge at Chicago, Seventh Judicial Circuit, 
in 1909, 1911 and 1918. 



GUSTAVUS S. FERNALD 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 11, 1857, Otisfield, Maine; 
graduate of Oxford Normal Institute, Paris, 
Me.; admitted to Bar, Minn., 1882, Illinois, 
1909; married Miss Gertrude Whittier 
Bucknam, Sept. 24, 1878, at Portland, Me. ; 
member Chicago, Exmoor Country and 
Minnesota (St. Paul) Clubs; connected 
with law department of The Pullman Com- 
pany since 1905 ; now its general counsel. 



OTTO PETTING 

Chicago 

Born June 25, 1878 ; private instruction 
under Walrath & Woolfolk; admitted to 
Bar, 1906; married Boletta J. Nielsen, Feb. 
14, 1912, at Chicago ; member Masons, K. 
P., Lawyers Association of Illinois. 




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WM. R. FETZER 



EDWARD H. FIEDLER 

Chicago 

Born May 7, 1895, at Chicago ; graduate 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1917; member Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations ; associated 
with firm Cooke, Sullivan & Ricks. 




WM. R. FETZER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 12, 1873, near Ottawa, 111. ; at- 
tended University of Illinois ; graduate of 
Nortliwestern University Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1899; married Miss Emily 
Smith, 1902. at Ottawa, 111. ; Assistant States 
Attorney, 1909-1913; Alderman 7th Ward, 
1917 to date; member Masonic bodies. Blue 
Lodge, Chapter, Council. Knights Templar, 
Shrine, K. P., Odd Fellows, Woodlawn 
Park Club ; general practice. 




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NORTON M. FILES 

Chicago 

Born on farm in Lake View (now Chi- 
cago), April 28, 1872; educated in public 
and private schools and business college, 
Chicago College of Law, Department of 
Lake Forest University, LL. B. ; special 
course in practice. Northwestern Univers- 
ity Law School; admitted to Bar, 1905; 
member of editorial staff of Callaghan & 
Co., law book publishers for 4^2 years ; As- 
sistant Librarian of Chicago Law Insti- 
tute for 16 years; member of firm Jones, 
Addington, Ames & Seibold ; member Chi- 
cago Bar Association ; charter member 
Blackstone Chapter Lambda Epsilon, mem- 
ber Alumnal Chapter Phi Alpha Delta Law 
Fraternity; general civil practice, patent, 
trade mark and copyright law. 



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ALBERT FINK 

Chicago 

Graduate of University of Virginia ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1897 ; general practice. 




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PHILIP J. FINNEGAN 

Chicago 

Born 1884 at Chicago; graduate of St. 
Ignatius College, Chicago Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar. 1913; married Miss Olga B. 
Sistek, Aug. 5, 1913, at Chicago; Assistant 
Judge Probate Court ; member Chicago Bar 
Association, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fra- 
ternity, M. W. of A., and other societies ; 
professor and lecturer at Chicago Law 
School on the law as applied to wills and 
the administration of estates. 



GEORGE EVERETT FINK 

Born Sept. 23, 1877, at Nunda, 111. ; gradu- 
ate of Chicago Business College, Illinois 
College of Law, University of Michigan, 
LL. B., LL. M. ; admitted to Bar, 1900; 
married Kathleen E. Fry, Sept. 17, 1905, at 
Chicago; Treasurer Ravenswood Manor- 
Gardens Park District, 1914-1919; member 
Chicago Bar Association, Lawyers Associa- 
tion of Illinois, Chicago Law Institute, 
American Judicature Society. American 
Association of Title Men, Phi Alpha Delta 
Law Fraternit\^ Hamilton and Intercollegi- 
ate Clubs, Royal League, Royal Arcanum, 
Loyal Order of Moose ; House Attorney 
State Bank of Chicago. 




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THOMAS J. FINNEGAN 

Chicago 

Born June 12, 1894, at Chicago, 111.; grad- 
uated Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1915 ; member Rainbow 
Veterans Society, Wheaton Golf Club, Chi- 
cago and Illinois State Bar Associations ; 
general practice ; counsel Lone Star Coal 
Mining Co. 



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FREDERIC A. FISCHEL 

Chuaco 

Born Chicago, III., Jan. 7, 1883; attended 
Chicago public schools. South Side Acad- 
emy. University of Chicago, Ph. B., 1903, 
and University of Chicago Law School, 
J. D.. 1905 ; admitted to Bar, 1905 ; married 
Xorah C. Sparks, Aug. 31, 1914, at Chicago; 
member Illinois State and Chicago Bar As- 
sociations, Chicago Law Institute, Standard 
and Covenant Clubs ; vice-chairman com- 
mittee on grievances, Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion. 1919-20; engaged in practice of 
commercial law. 




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FREDERIC A. FISCHEL 



DANIEL W. FISHELL 
Chicago 

Born at Pittsfield, 111.; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Michigan, B. L. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1898; married Edith Auerl)ach of 
Washington, D. C, April 15. 1915, at Chi- 
cago; member Standard Club, Chicago Bar 
Association, Delta Chi Fraternity; secretary 
Standard Club for 5 years ; member of firm 
Lurie & Fishell. 



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CHARLES H. FISHER 

Elgin 

Born Feb. 22, 1863 ; common school edu- 
cation ; admitted to Bar, 1886; married; 
Corporation Counsel 4 years. City Attorney 
4 years ; member A. F. & A. M., I. O. O. F. ; 
general practice. 





CHARLES H. FISHER 



WALTER TAYLOR FISHER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 20, 1892, at Chicago, 111. ; edu- 
cated Chicago Latin School, Harvard Col- 
lege, University of Chicago Law School, 
Harvard Law School, A. B., LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1918; married Katharine 
Dummer, Aug. 21, 1915, at Portland, Ore- 
gon ; worked on ocean freight rates and 
allied matters under U. S. Shipping Board, 
1918. 



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WALTER TAYLOR FISHER 



KENNETH M. FISKE 

Chicago 

Born June 16, 1894; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1916; Ensign U. S. Navy; member Chicago 
Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fra- 
ternity, U. S. Naval Reserve Force; general 
practice. 




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JOSEPH EDMUND FITCH 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 22, 1887; graduate Armour 
Institute of Technology, B. S., Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1911; memher Edgewater Lodge, No. 
901, A. F. & A. M.; Evanston Golf Cluh, 
Chicago Bar Association, Chicago Law In- 
stitute. Phi Delta Phi Law Fraternity; 
served 16 months in France with A. E. F., 
as Instructor at Saumur Artillery School, 
and in 5th Field Artillery, 1st IXn', A. E. F. 



EDWARD CHURCHILL FITCH 

Springfield 

Born May 11, 1862, at Vandalia, 111.; 
graduate of University of Indiana, A. B., 
A. M.; admitted to Bar. 1888; married Miss 
Alice A. Springer, Oct. 4, 1887, at Bloom- 
ington, Ind. ; County Supt. of bchoois, tul- 
wards County, 111., 1886-1890; Trustee 
Southern Illinois Normal University, 1^89- 
1893; Representative General Assembly 
(45th), 1907-1909; Asst. City Attorney 
(Chicago), 1904-1912; Asst. Attorney Gen- 
eral, 1917 to date; member Knights Tem- 
plar, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity; general 
practice. 




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JOSEPH H. FITCH 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 16, 1859 ; graduate Old Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Union College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1881 ; married 
Miss Elizabeth Geohegan, Nov. 13, 1884, at 
Chicago ; Master in Chancery, Superior 
Court, 1893-1894; Judge, Superior Court, 
1910 to date ; member Iroquois and Evans- 
ton Golf Clubs. 



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SOL FLATAU 

Chicago 

Born April 29, 1865 ; educated in Georgia 
and Germany ; admitted to Bar, 1895 ; mem- 
ber of firm Cratty Bros. & Flatau ; member 
Chicago Bar Association, K. of P., Inde- 
pendent order of B. B. ; married ; commer- 
cial and corporation law. 





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SOL FLATAU 



HARVEY T. FLETCHER 

Chicago 

Born Greenville, Pa. ; attended Thiel 
College, A. B., and Northwestern Univers- 
ity Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1893; married Miss Helen H. Van Kuran, 
June 3, 1896, at Chicago ; general practice. 



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A. LOUIS FLYNN 
Chicago 



Born Aug. 8, 1892, at Galesburg. 111.; 
graduate John Marshall Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1916; general practice. 




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THOMAS W. FLYNN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 2, 1865, at Waterloo, N. Y.; 
atteiulcd public school, Waterloo, N. Y. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1897; married Miss Kath- 
erine T. O'Brien, Oct. 5, 1910, at Chicago ; 
in the office of Secretary of State, 1893- 
1897; Sanitary District of Chicago, 1916; 
First Vice-President Jefferis State Bank; 
member B. P. O. Elks, Knights of Colum- 
l)us, Order of Alhambra; general practice. 



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CHARLES M. FOELL 

Chicago 

Born 1870, at Dubuque, Iowa ; graduate 
of Cornell College (Iowa). Ph. B., 1894, 
LL. D., 1918, Northwestern University Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1896; 
Alderman 21st Ward. 1906-1911; Judge 
Superior Court, Cook County, 1911 to date; 
member Hamilton. University, Edgcwater 
(jolf (Director) Clul)s. Consistory, Knights 
Templar, Mason. Shrine. Chicago, Illinois 
State and American Bar and Illinois Law- 
vers' Associations. 




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CHARLES M. FOELL 



MITCHELL DAVIS FOLLANSBEE 
Chicago 

Born Jan. 23. 1870, at Chicago; graduate 
Harvard University, A. B., Northwestern 
University, LL. B., LL. D. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1894; married Miss Julia Rogers Mc- 
Connell, April 14, 1903, at Seabreeze, Fla. ; 
member University, Chicago, City, Saddle 
and Cycle, Harvard (Chicago), University 
Recess, Harvard (New York), Harvard 
Union (Cambridge, Mass.), Clubs, Asso- 
ciated Harvard Clubs (ex-president), 
.American Bar Association. (III. Vice-Pres.), 
Illinois State Bar Association, Chicago Bar 
Association (Pres. 1914-1915), Law Club, 
Legal Club, general practice ; director Met- 
ropolitan Life Ins. Co., Erie R. R., Western 
Indiana, Belt. Bucyrus Co., Wiles Co., 
North Ave. State Bank. 



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RICHARD S. FOLSOM 

Chicago 

Born 1872, at Chicago ; Chicago public 
schools, Columbia College of N. Y. City, 
Williams College, A. B., Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1896 ; 
married Miss Dorothy E. Moulton, May 30, 
1905, at Chicago ; Master in Chancery 
Circuit Court, 1911-1915; General Counsel 
Board of Education, Chicago, 1912-1915 ; 
Corporation Counsel, city of Chicago, April- 
November. 1915 ; member Illinois Athletic, 
University and Law Clubs, Chicago Bar 
Association. 




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RICHARD S. FOLSOM 



GEORGE S. FOSTER 

Chicago 

Born June 27, 1865, Monckton, Canada; 
graduate University of Iowa, Lake Forest 
University, Chicago College of Law ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1891 ; married Miss Nellie M. 
Miller, 1892, at Washington, Iowa; alder- 
man 27th Ward, 1895-1896; Legislature, 
State of Illinois, Democratic Committee- 
man Cook County, Officer County Democ- 
racy, Asst. Prosecuting Attorney; member 
Masons, life member Press Club; captain, 
Spanish-American war; member Chicago 
Aviation Club (Aviation Club of America, 
Flight commander). Scout British Service 
Reil Rebellion. 



JOHN E. FOSTER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 17, 1881, at La Moille, 111.; 
A. B., University of Chicago. 1904; J. D., 
University of Chicago, 1908 ; admitted to 
Bar 1908; married Miss Cora Chamberlain, 
July 14, 1917, at Chicago, 111.; Assistant 
Corporation Counsel, City of Chicago, 1914- 
1915 ; Assistant Attorne;^' for Board of Edu- 
cation of Chicago, 1916-1917; Assistant 
State's Attorney Cook County, 1918-1919; 
member Illinois Athletic Club, Masonic 
Lodge, Kappa Sigma Fraternity, Chicago 
and Illinois Bar Associations. 




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RAY FORMA X FOWLER 

Chicago 

Born Januarj- 21, 1885; attended Cornell 
University; admitted to bar. New York, 
1908. Illinois, 1911; married Miss Ada Gil- 
lette Hintze of ChicaKo, Sept. 14, 1912; 
member Cornell Cluh, Knights of Pythias, 
Ciiicago Bar Association ; specializes in in- 
surance matters. 



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CHARLES R. FRANXIS 

ChK AGO 

Born Jan. 31, 1868, at Erie, Pa.; gradu- 
ate of Law Dept., Northwestern University; 
admitted to Bar. 1889: married Miette De 
la Fontaine, Oct. 8, 1903, at Chicago; Citv 
Attorney. 1915-1917; Atty. Board of Edu- 
cation, 1917-1918; Commissioner of Public 
Works, 1918 to date; member Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations. Illinois Ath- 
letic, Chicago Motor and Illinois Motor 
Clubs ; corporation law. 




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CHARLES R. FRANCIS 



WILLIAM URBAN FRANEY 

Chicago 

Born Sept.. 1876. at Chicago; graduate of 
Loyola Universit}-; admitted to Bar, 1919; 
single; member Press Clul), Knights of 
Columbus ; general practice. 



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JEROME N. FRANK 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 10, 1889; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Chicago, University of Chicago 
Law School; admitted to Bar, 1912; mar- 
ried Florence Kiper, July 18, 1914, at Lake 
Forest, 111.; Associate (Instructor) Uni- 
versity of Chicago Law School ; member 
Phi Beta Kappa, Order of Coif, Chicago 
Book and Play, City and Northmoor Coun- 
try Clubs ; corporation, banking and chan- 
cery practice. 




JEROME N. FRANK 



VICTOR P. FRANK 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago, 111. ; graduate Univers- 
ity of Chicago, Columbia University, A. B. 
M. A.. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1915 ; mem- 
ber Welfare Lodge, A. F. & A. M., Monarch 
Club, Chicago Association of Commerce, 
Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity. 



E. I. FRANKHAUSER 

Chicago 

Born Bettsville, Ohio ; public high school 
and Hinsdale College ; admitted to Bar, 
1892, Hillsdale, Mich.; married Miss Belle 
Cook, June 6, 1894, at Hillsdale, Mich.; 
member Illinois Legislature 49th Gen. As- 
sembly; Master in Chancery, Circuit Court, 
at present ; member A. F. & A. M., Knights 
Templar; member of firm Bangs, Frank- 
hauser & Colby; general practice. 




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PHILIP K. FRASER 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 13, 1877, in Kankakee County; 
graduate Kent College of Law ; admitted to 
Bar, 1902; single; real estate law, probate 
and office work. 



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PHILIP R. FRASER 



CHARLES YOE FREEMAN 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 29, 1877 ; graduate Princeton 
University, A. B., 1899; Northwestern Uni- 
versity- Law School, LL. B., 1902 ; admitted 
to Bar 1902: married Miss Esther Dodge, 
April 30, 1906. at Philadelphia, Pa.; served 
on Selective Service Local Board No. 46, 
1918 ; member University, Saddle and Cycle, 
Princeton. Law and Legal Clubs ; engaged 
in general practice. 




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CHARLES VOE FREEMAN 



HENRY W. FREEMAN 

Chicago 

Born at Boston, Mass. ; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin ; admitted to Bar, 1898; 
assistant corporation counsel, assistant U. S 
attorney ; federal courts and general prac- 
tice. 



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ISIDORE FRIED 

Chicago 

Born April 15, 1879; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School ; admitted to Bar, 
1901 ; married Miss Rose Edith Bernstein, 
April 28, 1905, at Salem, Mass. ; member 
A. F. & A. M., Chicago Bar Association. 





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SAMUEL FRIEDLANDER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 13, 1876; graduate North Divi- 
sion High School, University of Michigan, 
Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1897; married Miss Elsie Harz, 
Dec. 24, 1900, at Chicago ; member Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations, Illinois 
Athletic Club, Edgewater Lodge, No. 901, 
A. F. & A. M. ; general practice. 



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JOHN P. FRIEDLUND 

Chicago 

Born Blekinge, Sweden ; educated public 
school, Chicago Seminary of Sciences, Chi- 
cago Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1911; married Miss Hannah Nelson of 
Princeton, 111., Sept. 28, 1897, at Kenosha, 
Wis. ; Commissioner of Lincoln Park, 1914- 
1917; member Hamilton, Swedish and Svi- 
thiod Singing Club; Alaster of King Oscar 
Lodge, 1907, A. F. & A. M., Oriental Con- 
sistory, Shrine, Chapter, and other organi- 
zations ; general practice. 




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HUGO M. FRIEND 



Chicago 

Born July 21, 1882, at Prague, Bohemia; 
graduate of University of Chicago, Ph. B., 
J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1908; Master in 
Chancery. Superior Court, Cook County, 
1916 to date ; member of City, Covenant, 
Social Service. Social Workers Country 
and Chicago Alumni Clul)s ; meml)er of firm 
Schaflfner & Friend. 




WILLI.'WI FRIEDMAN 

Chu ago 

Born Oct. 1, 1872, in Carbon Co., Pa.; 
graduate Nortiiwestern University, LL. B., 
(jcrman-American University, LL. D., Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law, B. L. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1893 ; married Miss Sophia Straus, 
1897, at Chicago; Assistant Attorney Sani- 
tary Dist., 1893-1894; member Iroquois and 
Idlewild Country Clubs, Hyde Park Asso- 
ciation, Elks. Mason ; Second Regiment, 
Chicago, 1890-1892. 




HUGO M. FRIEND 



JOHN B. FRUCHTL 

Chicago 

Born April 20. 1883. at Wausau, Wis.; 
graduate of Notre Dame University, Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar 
1912; married Miss Verena S. Brandl, June 
1, 1916, at Chicago; member Chicago Bar 
Association, Knights of Columl)us, Ameri- 
can Clul) ; genera! and trial work. 



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FRANK D. FULTON 

Chicago 

Born at Moreley, N. Y. ; admitted to Bar, 
Wisconsin, 1915, Illinois, lyiU; married 
Nellie M. Bell, Dec. 25, 1902, at St. Paul, 
Minn.; member Indian Hill Golf Club; 
general practice. 




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FRANK D. FULTON 



COLIN CAMPBELL HESLOP FYFFE 

Chicago 

Born June 10, 1860, Dublin, Ireland; 
graduate Racine College (Wis.), A. B., 
Harvard Law School (2>4 years) ; admitted 
to Bar, 1888 ; Assistant Corporation Coun- 
sel, 1899-1903; Trustee Chicago Public Li- 
brary. 1903-1905; Atty. for City Treasurer, 
1913-1915; Atty. Board of Election Com- 
missioners, 1915 to date; member Chicago, 
University, Saddle and Cycle, and On- 
wentsia Clubs ; general counsel Illinois 
Mfg. Assn.; chief practice in public law. 



VINCENT G. GALLAGHER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 14, 1874, at Plantaganet, Can- 
ada ; graduate Kent College of Law ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1895 ; member Art Institute, 
Elks, K. of C., Town and Country Club. 
Alhambra, Law Institute, Lawyers Asso- 
ciation, etc. ; member firm Gallagher & 
Alessner ; trial work. 



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MARSHALL E. GALLION 

Chicago 

Born St. Joseph, 111., 1879; graduated 
Illinois College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 
1902; general practice. 



HARRY J. GANEY 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 5, 1885; graduate public high 
school, Lewis Institute, Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1908; mar- 
ried Miss Eleanor Kosche, Oct. 16, 1917, 
at Chicago; Assistant Corporation Counsel, 
1911-1915; member Phi Alpha Delta Law 
Fraternity. Irish Fellowship Club, Chicago 
Bar Association, Knights of Columbus. 
(Deceased.) 



DAVID B. GANN 

Chicago 

Born 1866; graduate University of Michi- 
gan ; admitted to Bar, 1893 ; member Chi- 
cago Athletic, Mid-Day, Exmoor, Midlo- 
thian, South Shore Country and Union 
League (New York) Clubs; general prac- 
tice. 



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GEORGE GANNON 

Chicago 

Born at Jermyn, Pa.; graduate of St. 
Thomas College (Scranton, Pa.), St. Mi- 
chael College (Toronto) ; admitted to Bar, 
Philadelphia, 1913, Chicago, 1913; married 
Miss Hannah Murphy; with Fidelity & 
Casualty Co. of N. Y., at New York and 
Philadelphia 7 years, at Chicago about 6 
years ; President of Chicago Surety Under- 
writers, 1917-1919; member of law firm 
AUegretti, Shea & Gannon ; general prac- 
tice. 




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GEORGE GANNON 



ADDISON L. GARDNER 

Chicago 

Born May 10, 1866; graduate Walworth 
Academy, Genesee Wesleyan Seminary, 
Columbia University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1887 ; married Miss Jeanie A. Black, 
Oct. 17, 1893, at Chicago; member Union 
League, University, and Oak Park Country 
Clubs ; member firm of Gardner, Foote & 
Burns ; general attorney Chicago Elevated 
R. R. and Chicago North Shore & Milwau- 
kee R. R. 



EARL J. GAREY 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 25, 1893, at Chicago ; gradu- 
ate of Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. 
B., U. S. Naval Academy (War Course) 
Ensign; admitted to Bar, 1916; member 
Irish Fellowship Club, Phi Alpha Delta Law 
Fraternity, American Legion ; general civil 
practice. 




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EUGENE L. GAREY 



KUGENE H. GARNETT 

Chicago 

Boni Oct. 11, 1872; public grammar and 
high schools, graduate University of Michi- 
gan. B. L. ; admitted to Bar, 1897; married 
Miss Louise Munday Ayres, June 14, 1900, 
at Plymouth. Ind. ; member Union League, 
Hamilton. Skokie Country, and Law Clubs. 
L'niversity Club of Evanston. Illinois and 
Chicago Bar Associations. 




EUGENE L. GAREY 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 28. 1891 ; graduate Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1913. Supreme Court, U. S., 1918; 
member Phi Alpha Delta Law F"raternity, 
Irish Fellowship Club, American, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations. 




EUGENE H. GARNETT 



ABRAM DALE GASH 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 11, 1861, at Elmer, Mo.; edu- 
cated pul)lic schools ; admitted to Bar, Utah, 
1892. Illinois, 1899; married Aliss Maude 
Blomquist, April 12. 1905. at Berwyn, 111.; 
Prosecuting Atty. Utah Co., Judge Advo- 
cate (Jeneral, Utah ; member Electoral Col- 
lege, Illinois, 1912. Pres. Illinois Highway 
Commission, 1913-1918; member Edgewater 
Lodge, 901, A. F. & A. M., Lafayette Chap- 
ter, No. 2, Apollo Commandery, No. 1, Me- 
dina Temple, Mystic Shrine ; general prac- 
tice. 



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RICHARD I. GAVIN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 15, 1875 ; graduate St. Igna- 
tius College, A. B., M. A., Chicago Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1899 ; mar- 
ried Miss Isabella M. White, June 3, 1908, 
at Columbus, Ohio ; member Chicago Lodge 
No. 4 Elks, Knights of Columbus, Ameri- 
can, Illinois State and Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciations, Lawyers Association of Illinois. 




GEORGE C. GEIER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 8, 1890; attended Chicago 
Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1913; married Miss Edna Howe of Milwau- 
kee, Sept. 17, 1916, at Chicago; member 
Golden Rule Lodge, Columbian Circle, 
Knights of Pythias, Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion and Humboldt Park Lodge No. 813, 
A. F. & A. M. ; engaged in real estate, 
probate and corporation law practice. 



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GEORGE C. GEIER 



LOUIS H. GEIMAN 

Chicago 

Born May 10, 1891, at Chicago; graduate 
of Northwestern University, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1912; attorney, village of 
Phoenix, since 1913; attorney for city of 
Harvey since 1919; member L. O. O. M., 
Harvey Lodge, I. O. O. F., Harvey Lodge, 
B. P. O. E., Harvey Lodge, Harvey Civic 
and Harvey Clubs, Illinois State Bar Asso- 
ciation ; Commander Harvey Post No. 155, 
American Legion ; general practice. 



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ROBERT E. GENTZEL 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 22, 1875 ; graduate Chicago 
College of Law of Lake Forest University, 
New York University; admitted to Bar, 
1901 ; married Miss Katherine Weiss, May 
11, 1904, at Chicago; Attorney, West Park 
Commissioners, 1917 to date ; member Chi- 
cago Bar Association, Ridgemoor Country 
Club, Logan Square A. C. ; general civil 
practice. 



ROBERT E. GENTZEL 



CALVIN M. GEORGE 
Chicago 



Born Sept. 24, 1888, at Diller, Neb. ; Wa- 
bash College, A. B., 1910, University of 
Chicago, J. D., 1913; admitted to Bar, 1914; 
married Miss Dora Britton, June 14, 1916, 
at Crawfordsville. Ind. ; member Iroquois 
Club and Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity ; 
general practice. 



J. M. GERRITY 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 3, 1888; graduate Kent Law 
School; admitted to Bar, 1913; married; 
member Knights of Columbus; civil prac- 
tice. 



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JAMES F. GIBSON 

Chicago 

Born June 19, 1879 ; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, B. L. ; admitted to 
'Bar, 1903 ; married Bertie Tyner, Sept. 1, 
1898, at Carthage, 111.; State Senator 32nd 
Dist. of Illinois, 4 years ; member Knights 
Templar, Shrine; general practice. 




JOSEPH ROBERT GIBSON 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 8, 1882, at Shelbyville, Ky. ; 
graduate Shelbyville College, Georgetown 
University (Washington, D. C), LL. B., 
M. P. L.; admitted to Bar, 1918; U. S. In- 
ternal Revenue Agent, 1916-1918; member 
Masons, University (Washington, D. C), 
Commercial (Joliet), and Business Men's 
(Hyde Park) Clubs, Chicago Association 
of Commerce ; general practice, special- 
izing in federal taxes, income, excess 
profits, capital stock, estate, etc. 



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WILLIAM GIBSON 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 16. 1861, at Ontario, Canada; 
graduate of Collegiate Institute (Hamilton, 
Canada), Union College of Law; admitted 
to Bar, 1882; married Miss Mary F. Kim- 
ball, Aug. 4, 1891, at Berlin, Wis. ; District 
Attorney, Stark County, N. D., 1886-1889; 
Ravenswood Masonic Lodge, Oriental Con- 
sistory, Medinah Temple, Congregational 
Club, Chicago Law Institute, Chicago Bar 
Association ; real estate law and general 
practice. 




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SAMUEL HARVEY GILBERT 

Chicago 

Born Feb. L 1884, Elk City, Kan.; gradu- 
ate Xortlnvestern University Law, LL. B., 
Xortliwestcrn University College, B. S. ; 
rei)resentecl N. \V. U. in Intercollegiate De- 
l)ating, 1908; admitted to Bar, 1909; mar- 
ried Miss Grace L. Picrson, Sept. 25, 1912, 
at Princeton. 111. ; meml)er Chicago Bar As- 
sociation, Electric and City Clubs of Chi- 
cago, D. T. P. Law Fraternity, D. S. R., The 
Wranglers ; general practice. 




ALLAN A. GILBERT 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 24. 1876, at Sumter, S. C. ; 
graduate of University of Nashville, Yale; 
admitted to Bar, 1890; married Miss Julia 
(irace Thurston. Jan. 2, 1894, at Chicago; 
member Yale, Olympian Fields Country and 
Hamilton Clubs, Sons American Revolution, 
all Masonic bodies except Consistory and 
33rd degree ; general practice, specializing 
on real estate and corporation law. 




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WILLIAM C GILBERT 

Chic.kgo 

Born Jan. 7, 1870. at Cairo, 111. ; graduate 
Racine College (Wis.), A. B., Harvard Law 
School. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1893 ; mar- 
ried Miss Ethel Ogden, 1902, at Ft. Atkin- 
son. Wis. ; married Esther McD. Miller, 
1916, at Pasadena, Cal. ; member Chicago 
Bar Association, Chicago Law Institute, 
Hamilton, University (Evanston), Evanston 
and Westmoreland Country Clubs, Masons ; 
corporation law ; general counsel of Chicago 
Mill & Lumber Co. and of other Hermann 
Paepcke interests. 



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LESLIE A. GILMORE 

Chicago 

Born June 12, 1862, at Williamsfield, 
Ohio ; graduate Albany Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, Missouri, 1886, Illinois, 
1896, U. S. Supreme, 1901 ; general prac- 
tice in all its branches. 




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MICHAEL FRANCIS GIRTEN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 20, 1871, Lemont, 111.: at in- 
ception of Municipal Court, Chicago, 1906, 
one of Associate Justices, being appointed 
Chief Justice because he spoke four lan- 
guages ; member Faculty law dept., Loy- 
ola University, Pres. German Society of 
Chicago, Pres. Deutsch-Katholischer Cen- 
tral Verein, Pres. Marquette Life Ins. Co., 
Trustee Catholic Knights of III, Director 
Illinois Catholic Historical Society-, Trustee 
Catholic Knights of Illinois ; member Board 
of Governors, Catholic Church Extension 
Society; member Illinois Athletic, Press and 
Germania Clubs ; Notre Dame Universit}-, 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
member C. O. F., Knights of Columbus, 
Katholisches Casino, in addition to organi- 
zations mentioned above. 




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IRWIN T. GILRUTH 

Chicago 

Born 1889; attended Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, A. B., University of Chicago, J. D. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1916 ; married ; member of 
City Club, Chicago Literary Clubs, Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations; member 
of firm of Levinson, Becker, Schwartz & 
Frank. 




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CHARLES F. GLAESER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 9, 1876, at Chicago ; graduate 
Kent College of Law, Metropolitan Busi- 
ness College ; admitted to Bar 1899 ; mar- 
ried April 26, 1900, at Chicago ; mcmher 
Constellation Lodge, A. F. & A. M. ; Ft. 
Dearborn Chapter, Apollo Commandery, 
Medinah, Gen. Sedgwick Lodge, K. of P. ; 
Unity Clul), Chapel Hill Country and Pis- 
takee Yacht Clubs ; probate and chancery 
practice. 



ERXEST C. GLENNY 

Chicago 

Born April 16, 1876, at New Orleans, La.; 
attended University of Arkansas : graduate 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B., LL. 
M.; admitted to Bar 1904; married Miss 
Lena Everson. Oct. 17, 1914, at Chicago; 
Chief Deputy Clerk and acted as Assistant 
Judge of Pr()l)ate Court 1906-1910; Secre- 
tar\' and Trust Officer Ft. Dearborn Trust 
& Savings Bank, 1911-1916. Treasurer 
Hamilton Club 1914, Vice-President Hamil- 
ton Club 1915; member Hamilton, Edge- 
water Golf Clubs, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Associations. Phi Delta Phi legal 
Fraternity, Masons, Knights Templar and 
Shriner. 





ERNEST C. GLENNY 



MAURICE J. GOLAN 

Chicago 

Born in Russia ; attended John Marshall 
Law School: admitted to Bar 1911; 
married; chief record writer Probate Court 
1910; chairman exemption board during 
war; general practice. 



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ISRAEL R. GOLDBERG 

Chicago 

Born March 30, 1890, at Chicago; edu- 
cated public school, Y. M. C. A., Illinois 
College of Law, DePaul University, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1913 ; married Miss 
Fanny Krassner, April 5, 1917, at Chicago; 
member of K. of P. ; general practice. 





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NATHAN GOLDBERG 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 15, 1894, at Montreal, Canada; 
graduate Chicago Law School ; admitted to 
Bar 1915 : married Miss Anna Solo, April 
11, 1917, at Chicago; member A. F. & A. 
M. ; general practice. 



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NATHAN GOLDBERG 



JULIUS J. GOLDFINE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 27, 1891, in Chicago ; graduate 
John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1914; married Miss Mildred 
Kletcher, of New York City; member Chi- 
cago Lodge, No. 4, B. P. O. E. ; John Paul 
Jones Lodge, No. 1013, A. F. & A. M. ; 
New Star Lodge, K. of P.; general prac- 
tice. 




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HENRY M. GOLDSMITH 



A. HENRY GOLDSTEIN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 25. 1887. in New York City; 
graduate John Marshall Law School, LL. 
B. : Association College, Chicago, B. A. ; 
admitted to Bar 1913; married Miss Bertha 
Fine. Nov. 24. 1912; in U. S. Government 
Service 1904-1912; member East Gate 
Lodge No. 923. A. F. & A. M. ; Masonic 
Standard ■ Club, Illinois Reserve Officers' 
Club, First Lieutenant. 




HENRY M. GOLDSMITH 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 13, 1879; graduate public high 
school, Lake Poorest University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1900; married Miss Erma 
Karpen, Sept. 30, 1915, at Chicago; Presi- 
dent Idlevvild Country Club; member Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Associations 
and various fraternal organizations ; cor- 
poration, real estate and general commercial 
practice. 




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A. HENRY GOLDSTEIN 



ISA.\C O. GOLDStlNE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 31, 1883, at Chicago; graduate 
of Northwestern University Law School. 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1906; married 
Miss Bessie Lipey. Aug. 7, 1909. at Chicago; 
member Covenant Club, Adolf Kraus Lodge 
12, Independent Order B'nai B'rith (Sec- 
retary 12 years) ; Temple Mizpah (Finan- 
cial Secretary) ; general i)ractice. 



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ALEXANDER MARSHALL GOLMAN 

Chicago 

Born April 18, 1893, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Chicago-Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1917; member Commercial 
Lodge, L O. O. F. ; Garland Lodge, K. of 
P. ; Chicago Bar Association, Chicago Law 
Institute, Northwest Fellowship Club, 
Marks Nathan Junior Auxiliary; member 
Board of Directors, American Alusical 
Union; President, State Protective League; 
corporate, real estate and general practice. 





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CHARLES GOODMAN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 4, 1874, at Chicago; graduate 
Chicago University, A. B. ; Northwestern 
University Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1900; married Miss Resie Florsheim, 
Dec. Z'j, 1918, at Chicago; member Ravisloe 
Country Club, Kenwood Lodge ; general 
practice, specializing in chancery, real 
estate and probate law. 



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HARRY GOODMAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 24. 1872, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago Manual Training School, Lake 
Forest University, Lake Forest College, 
Northwestern College of Law and Chicago 
College of Law ; admitted to Bar 1896 ; 
married Miss Blanche W. Lowenthal, Dec. 
19, 1900, at Chicago; member Bar Associa- 
tion, Northmoor Country Club ; general 
commercial and corporation law practice. 



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ISAAC K. GOODMAN 

Chicago 

Graduate of University of Wisconsin ; 
admitted to Bar 1910; member Illinois 
State Bar Association, Delta Tlieta Phi, 
Masonic Lodges ; general practice. 



MARK D. GOODMAN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 18, 1880, at New York, N. Y.; 
graduate of College of City of New York, 

A. B.; New York Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, New York 1903, Illinois 
1908; married Miss Eva Goldberg, Feb. 14, 
1906, at Chicago; member Emblem Lodge 
984, A. F. & A. M. ; Ramah Lodge 33, I. O. 

B. B. ; The Covenant Club of Chicago, 
Chicago and American Bar Associations, 
Lawyers' Association of Illinois; general, 
corporations and real property practice. 





MARK D. GOODMAN 



CHARLES N. GOODNOW 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 24, 1864, at Salem, 111.; edu- 
cated in grammar, high school and college ; 
admitted to Bar 1887; member of legisla- 
ture 1899; Judge of Municipal Court 1906- 
1919; at present member Board of County 
Commissioners ; member Masonic, Moose 
and Royal League ; general practice ; mem- 
ber of the firm, Goodnow, Matthews, Lucius 
& McNabb. 



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CLARENCE NORTON GOODWIN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 22, 1871 ; graduate Syracuse 
University, A. B. ; Harvard University Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1897 ; mar- 
ried Miss Augusta McDonald, Nov. 11, 
1912, at Chicago; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, 1899-1903; Counsel to Mayor, 
1907; Special Counsel to Board of Educa- 
tion, 1906-1911 ; Judge Superior Court, 1911- 
1917; Judge Illinois Appellate Court, 1915- 
1917 ; member University, City, Iroquois, 
Harvard and Glen View Clubs ; Delta Up- 
silon Fraternity; Pi Eta Society of Har- 
vard ; A. F. & A. M. ; general practice with 
special attention to consultations, appear- 
ances in appeals and in Federal Tax mat- 
ters. 





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DAVID B. GORE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 17, 1883, at Carlinville, 111.; 
graduate of Blackburn College, Ph. B. ; 
University of Chicago Law School ; admit- 
ted to Bar 1908; married Miss Harriet Tin- 
nin, 1911, at Tulsa. Okla. : general attorney 
for Libby, McNeill & Libby. 



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CHARLES T. B. GOODSPEED 

Chicago 

Born May 19, 1869, at Quincy, 111.; 
graduate of Denison University, B. A. ; 
Chicago College of Law of Lake Forest 
University, LL. B. ; attended graduate 
school of University of Chicago; admitted 
to Bar, 1893; Chicago Law Institute (Di- 
rector), 1911-1916; President of same, 1916; 
member Board of Managers, Chicago Y. M. 
C. A., 1910 to date ; Recording Secretary of 
same, 1911 to date; President, South Park 
Improvement Association, 1903 to date ; 
Vice-President. Chicago Baptist Social 
Union, 1912 ; member Union League, Quad- 
rangle and City Clubs ; member of Special 
Commission on Encroachments on Residen- 
tial Streets, appointed by Mayor of Chicago, 
1911-1913; member Legal Advisory Board, 
Division No. 15 ; general practice. 



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LOUIS L. GOULD 
Chkago 



Born in Xovogorod, Russia ; graduate of 
University of Chicago. Xorthvvestern Uni- 
versity Law School; admitted to Bar 1914; 
married Miss Ruth Gordon, May, 1918. at 
Chicago; member Lawyers' Association; 
general practice. 




SIDNEY S. GORHAM 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 6, 1874, in Rutland County, 
V't. ; educated graded schools of Rutland 
County, V^t. ; graduate Chicago College of 
Law; admitted to Bar 1895; married Miss 
Myrtle G. VVillett, July 15. 1896, at Chi- 
cago ; member Chicago Athletic Associa- 
tion, Mid-Day, LaGrange Country, Illini 
Country and Law Clubs ; American, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations ; New 
England Society of Chicago; member of 
firm. Miller, Gorham & Wales. 




LOUIS L. GOULD 

JOSEPH A. GRABER 

Chicwgo 

Born Sept. 3, 1884 ; graduate St. I.gnatius 
College^ Illinois Law School, A. M., LL. B.; 
admitted to Bar 1906; married October 11, 
1912, at East Dubuque, 111.; Assistant 
County .'\ttorncy, 1912; .Attorney for 
Sheriff Traeger, 1915-1919; member Elks, 
Knights of Columbus. 



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PHIL A. GRAU 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 25, 1881 ; educated Marquette 
University, Milwaukee. A. B. ; Georgetown 
University, Washington, D. C, A. M., LL. 
B., LL. M. ; admitted to Bar 1903 ; married 
Miss Gertrude Ziegler, April 3, 1913; mem- 
ber U. S. Chamber of Commerce, Chicago 
Traffic and Rotary Clubs, Delta Chi Fra- 
ternity, Mississippi Valley Association ; 
Lecturer on Civics and Law, Loyola Uni- 
versity, Department of Sociology; Counsel 
to Trade Association ; Alanaging Director, 
American Furniture Manufacturers' Asso- 
ciation. 





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DWIGHT P. GREEN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 13, 1886 ; graduate Princeton 
University, A. B. ; University of Chicago, 
J. D. ; admitted to Bar 1912; married Aliss 
Ella K. Porter. Oct. 10, 1914, Lexington, 
Ky. ; member Iroquois Club, Chicago Bar 
Association ; general practice ; member of 
firm, McCormick, Kirkland, Patterson & 
Fleming. 



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EDWARD J. GREEN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 1, 1867; graduate of Illinois 
College of Law, University of Chicago; 
admitted to Bar 1901 ; married at Kin- 
mundy. 111. 




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HERBERT GREEN 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 11, 1875; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law, Lake Forest University; 
admitted to Bar 1899. 



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HKRHERT GREEN 



GEORGE E. GREER 

Chic.vgo 

Born April 26. 1881, at Monticello. Ind. ; 
graduate of Chicago College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1915; married Susan 
M. F'ritton ; member K. of P., Brotherhood 
of American Yeomen, International 
Brotherhood of Electrical Workers ; Attor- 
ney for Highland Park State Bank, First 
National Bank of Wilmette, and certain 
financing corporations ; practice, chiefly 
commercial paper. 





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LOUIS GROLLMAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 7, 1877, at Baltimore, Md. ; 
graduate Law Department, Lake Forest 
University; special course. University of 
Chicago; admitted to Bar 1899; member 
Bar Association ; Ancient Craft Lodge, No. 
907, A. F. & A. M.; Elks. National Union, 
Royal Arcanum. Fdlewild Countrv Club. 



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JACOB G. GROSSBERG 

Chicago 

Born April 10, 1870; public grammar and 
high schools ; graduate Union College of 
Law, Northwestern University Law School, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1891 ; married Miss 
Doris Elkan, Jan. 30, 1894, at Chicago; 
special traction counsel, 1905-1907; Assist- 
ant, State Board of Arbitration, 19154916; 
member Mining Investigation Commission, 
Illinois, 1914-1917; member Welfare Lodge, 
A. F. & A. M. ; Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations, Chicago Law Institute, 
Chicago Association of Commerce ; for- 
merly President, Municipal Ownership 
League ; President, Public Ownership 
League of Illinois ; President, Jewish Con- 
gress Association for Middle West. 




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JOSEPH F. GROSSMAN 

Chicago 

Born May 26, 1882; admitted to Bar 
1904; married Miss Katherine L. Mayer, 
April 13, 1907, at Chicago ; Assistant Cor- 
poration Counsel, Chicago, 1911-1915; mem- 
ber Iroquois and Covenant Clubs, Masonic 
Fraternity, I. O. B. B. 



FRANK REED GROVER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 17, 1858, Lyons, 111. ; graduate 
Evanston High School ; studied one year 
Union College of Law ; admitted to Bar 
1883; married Ella Florence Smith, March 
20, 1884, in Olmstead County, Minn.; Vil- 
lage Trustee of Evanston, 1884; was last 
Village Attorney under old charter and 
first Corporation Counsel of Evanston 
under new charter; organized city of 
Evanston in its various departments ; mem- 
ber Chicago Bar Association ; President 
and charter member, Evanston Historical 
Society; Mason (K. T.) ; Evanston, Uni- 
versity (Evanston) and Chicago Press 
Clubs, Les Cheneaux (Mackinac). 



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GEORGE H. GUENTHER 

Cm u AGO 

Born March 31. 1877. at Blue Island. 111.; 
graduate Chicajjo Manual Training School, 
Cornell University. LL. B. ; post-graduate 
course. 1898-99; admitted to Bar 1899; 
married; City Attorney, Blue Island, four 
terms; Assistant State's Attorney, Cook 
County. 1905-1912; niemher Masonic Fra- 
ternity. 



KASIMIR P. GUGIS 

Chicago 

Born in 1879, in Lithuania ; graduate of 
Armour Institute of Technology, B. S. ; 
Chicago Kent College of Law. LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1913; married Miss Nora 
Prisavagic, Dec. 28, 1915, at Waterbury, 
Conn. 




JAMES J. GUINAN 

Chicago 

Born June 30. 1891, at Chicago; graduate 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. : ad- 
mitted to Bar 1912; First Lieutenant, Field 
Artillery, U. S. A. 1917-1919; Olympia 
Fields Country Cluh. Illinois State and 
Cliicago Bar Associations; member of firm, 
Cooke, Sullivan & Ricks. 



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JAMES W. GULLETT 

Springfield 

Born Oct. 15, 1871. at Elizabethtovvn, 
111.; graduate of Cincinnati Law School; 
admitted to Bar 1896; married Aliss Sarah 
Furman, Dec. 31, 1898, at Petersburg, 111.; 
Corporation Department of office Secretary 
of State, 1897-1912; Assistant Attorney 
General, 1916 to date; member Masons, K. 
P., Elks., Sangamo Club. Sangamon County 
and Illinois State Bar Associations ; corpo- 
ration law. 




NOAH GULLETT 



GEORGE C. GUTHRIE 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 5, 1875 ; graduate Grand 
Prairie Seminary, Onarga, 111.; Valparaiso 
University, Central Normal College (Dan- 
ville, Ind.) ; University of Michigan, Law 
Department ; Chicago-Kent College of Law. 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1907 ; married 
Miss Bessie B. Briggle, Dec. 25, 1907, at 
Springfield, 111. ; member Cyrene Lodge No. 
987, A. F..&. A. M.; W. O. W. ; Chicago 
Bar Association ; Lawyers' Association of 
Illinois; Delta Chi Fraternity; Irish Fel- 
lowship Club ; member firm, Guthrie & 
Gould. 




JAMES W. GULLETT 

NOAH GULLETT 

Springfield 

Born Feb. 2, 1874. at Elizabethtown, 111. ; 
graduate of University of Illinois. LL. B.; 
admitted to Bar 1910; married Miss Clara 
V. Willett. Feb. 13. 1915, at Springfield, 
111. ; State's Attorney, Hardin County, 1908- 
1912; member Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity, 
Masons ; general practice. 




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NATHAN HAFFENBERG 

Chicago 

Bom Sept. 22, 1890; graduate of Lewis 
Institute, Kent College of Law, Webster 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1914; 
married Miss Estlier Ruth Berkson, June 
21, 1916, at Chicago; meml)er Emblem 
Lodge No. 984, A. F. & A. M. ; Covenant 
CIul) of Chicago; Independent Order of 
B'nai B'rith ; Chicago Association of Com- 
merce. 



CHARLES M. HAFT 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 24, 1870; graduate University 
of Michigan, B. L. ; admitted to Bar 1892; 
married Miss Katherine E. Ryan, Dec. 20, 
1914, at Chicago; .Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, 1907-1915; First Assistant Corpo- 
ration Counsel, six months of 1915 ; mem- 
ber University (Chicago) and Elmhurst 
Go\i Clubs, Chicago Association of Com- 
merce ; practice principally corporation Jaw, 
taxation and special assessments. 





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HENRY M. HAGAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 28, 1870; educated in Shelby- 
ville (111.) public schools and Eureka Col- 
lege; Hay ward (Business) College; read 
law with Hamlin & Kelly ( Shelby ville); 
admitted to Bar 1896; married Miss Nannie 
L. Waggoner, at Sullivan, 111. ; member 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations; Masons; Iroquois Club. 



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GEORGE I. HAIGHT 

Chicago 

Born March 26, 1878, at Rochdale, Wis.; 
graduate University of Wisconsin, B. L. ; 
Northwestern University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1902; married Miss Edith N. Ad- 
cock, June 6, 1912, at Chicago ; member 
Masons (Chapter, K. T., Shrine) ; Univer- 
sity (Evanston) ; Union League, City, 
Hamilton and Press Clubs ; Chicago Bar 
Association ; member firm, Haight, Adcock, 
Haight & Harris ; general and patent law. 




L. J. HAIGLER 

Chicago 

Born July 1, 1870, at Black Walnut, Mo. ; 
graduate Northwestern University Law 
School ; admitted to Bar 1892 ; member 
Garfield Lodge No. 686, A. F. & A. M. ; 
York Chapter, 148, R. A. M. ; Tyrian Coun- 
cil No. 78, R. & S. M. ; Columbian Com- 
mandery No. 63, K. T. 



L. J. HAIGLER 



ALBERT L. HALL 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 25, 1889, at Worcester, Mass. ; 
graduate University of Illinois, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1913 ; married Miss Orpah 
Starratt, Aug. 25, 1915, at Chicago; mem- 
ber Chicago Bar Association. 




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ROSS C. HALL 



Chicago 

Born Rushville. 111.. Oct. 29. 1866; at- 
tended high school at Macomb, 111.; LL. B., 
Georgetown College. Washington, D. C. ; 
admitted to Bar 1889; married Miss Cath- 
erine Tvvyman, Aug. 19, 1890. at Macomb, 
111 ; City Attorney, Rushville, 111.. 1890; 
member Illinois General Assembly, 1897- 
1898: Attorney. Town of Cicero. 1901-1918; 
Attorney tor Sanitary District. 1913-1918; 
mem])er Iroquois Club ; general practice. 



DAVID F. HALL 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 15, 1875, at Blenheim, Ont. ; 
admitted to Bar 1903; married Miss Mary 
R. von Gunten, July 27, 1910, at Blenheim, 
Ont.; member Mason, Wilmettc Country, 
and Chicago Electric Clubs ; in employ of 
American Telephone & Telegraph Com- 
pany since April, 1896; now Division Attor- 
ney in charge of their legal matters in ten 
middle western states. 





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HOMER W. HALL 

• Bloomixgtox 

Born July 22, 1870, at Shelbyville. 111.; 
graduate of Illinois Wesleyan Literary and 
Law Schools ; admitted to Bar 1892 ; mar- 
ried Miss Susan Forman. June 21, 1893. at 
Bloomington. 111. ; Assistant Attorney Gen- 
eral under W. H. Stead ; County Judge. 
McLean Countv, 1909-1914; Master in 
Chancery, McLean County. 1917-1919; 
President. McLean Count\' Bar Associa- 
tion, 1919; meml)er Masons. I. O. O. F., 
Modern Wt)odmen, Court of Honor, Bloom- 
ington, and Bloomington Country Clubs ; 
member of firm. Hall, Martin & Hoose ; 
probate, chancery and drainage law. 



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JOSEPH W. HALLAM 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 9, 1855, at Linden, Wis.; 
graduate University of Wisconsin, A. B., 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1883 ; married 
Miss Julia Kirkland Clark. Aug. 17, 1883, at 
Portage, Wis. ; Prosecuting Attorney, Sioux 
City, la., 1894-1901 ; member firm of Lynn, 
Hallam & Karn. 





JOSEPH W. HALLAM 



E. BENTLEY HAMILTON 

Peoria 

Born Aug. 23, 1879 ; graduate of Illinois 
College, A. B. ; Northwestern University 
Law School ; admitted to Bar 1904 ; mar- 
ried Ethel W. Burton, Oct. Z7, 1906, at 
Chicago; member ^lilitary Order of Loyal 
Legion, Hamilton (Chicago), County, and 
Creve Coeur Clubs, Peoria Automobile 
Club, Law Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi ; 
member of law firm. Burton & Hamilton ; 
corporation practice. 



E. BEXTLEY HAMILTON 



SAAIUEL M. HAMILTON 

Chicago 

Born April 30, 1875, at Petersburg, 111.; 
graduate of Kent College of Law ; admitted 
to Bar 1901 ; married ; Assistant City At- 
torney, 1916 to date ; prior to present ap- 
pointment was associated witli former 
Judge Oliver H. Horton and Paul Brown 
in general practice. 




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FRANK HAMLIN 
Chicago 

Born Sept. 26, 1862; educated public 
schools (Bangor, Me.), Phillips E.xeter 
Academy, Harvard University, Boston 
University Law School, Harvard Univer- 
sity, A. B. ; Boston University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Maine Bar 1888; Assistant Cor- 
poration Counsel, 1895-1897; Attorney for 
Lincoln Park, 1901-1905; Attorney for 
Board of Education, 1905-1910; Master in 
Chancery, 1912 to date; member Law, Uni- 
versity and Chicago Clubs. 



JAMES S. HANDY 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 16, 1873. at Ann Arbor, Mich. ; 
graduate University of Michigan, B. A.; 
Law Department, University of Michigan, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1897; married Miss 
Florence Phillips. Kalamazoo. Mich., Sept. 
9. 1896 (died Oct. 25. 1905) ; married Lillian 
H. Barlow. Brooklyn, N. Y.. March 22, 
1910; Cook County Civil Service Commis- 
sion. 1906-1907; Assistant Attorney, Sani- 
tary District. 1907 to date ; member Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations, Men's 
Club of Hyde Park, Law and Hamilton 
Clubs; member Klotz & Handy; lecturer 
on subject of Eminent Domain, Chicago 
Kent College of Law. 





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DETHLEF C. HANSEN 

Chicago 

Born in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; 
graduate Kent College of Law ; is known 
as an international lawyer, orator, lecturer 
and political speaker throughout United 
States; has high European law connections; 
belongs to a large number of clubs and 
fraternal organizations; single; corporation 
and general practice. 



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HAROLD J. HANSEN 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 18, 1887 ; educated Chicago 
Seminar of Sciences, Chicago Law School, 
LL. B., Association Institute; admitted to 
Bar 1913 ; member Progressive Lodge No. 
954, A. F. & A. M.; Oriental Consistory, 
I. O. O. F.; Phi Alpha Delta Law Frater- 
nity; Chicago Bar Association; general 
practice. 





HAROLD J. HANSEN 



OTTO S. HANSEN 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111., Nov. 14, 1883; at- 
tended Armour Institute of Technology 
and Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1907; married Miss Rose C. Jarrett, 
Nov. 20, 1907, at Chicago; member Chicago 
and American Bar Associations and Union 
League Club ; engaged in corporation law 
practice. 



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HARVEY L. HANSON 

Chicago 

Born July 26, 1877; graduate of Chicago- 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1904; married Miss Minnie Erickson, 
Dec. 28, 1904, at Chicago; member Chicago 
Bar Association, City Club of Chicago, Pat- 
ent Law Association of Chicago, University 
(Evanston) and Electric (Chicago) Clubs, 
Wilmette Lodge No. 931, A. F. & A. M. ; 
Evanston Chapter No. 144, R. A. M. ; Evan- 
ston Commandery No. 58, Knights Temp- 
lar; Oriental Consistory, S. P. R. S. ; Val- 
ley of Chicago ; Medinah Temple ; Mystic 
Shrine of Chicago; patents, trade-marks 
and copyrights. 




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GEORGE R. HARBAUGH 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 28, 1872. at St. Louis. Mo.; 
graduate Law Department, Lake F"orest 
University. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1895; 
married Miss Dorothj- Bowles, Feb. 12 
1902, at Chicago ; member I. O. O. F., A. F. 
& A. M., K. T. ; Veteran Corps, First In- 
fantry. L N. G. ; Major, Eleventh Infantry, 
I. N. G. 



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CHARLES F. HARDING, JR. 

Chicago 

Born 1889, at Chicago; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, B. A. ; University of 
Chicago, J. D. ; admitted to Bar 1915; mar- 
ried Miss Helene K. Swenson, Dec. 27, 
1913, at Madison, Wis. ; member Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations ; general 
practice. 







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CHARLES F. HARDING 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 20, 1854, at Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
graduate University of Wisconsin, A. B., 
A. M., LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1880; mar- 
ried Miss Hattie M. Hover, Jan. 15. 1885. 
at Mazomanie. Wis. ; County Superintend- 
ent of Schools, Dane County, Wis., 1880; 
member Phi Beta Kappa and Beta Theta 
Pi Fraternities. American, Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations, Chicago Histor- 
ical Society. Art Institute (life member) ; 
University. City and Flossmoor Countrj' 
Clubs ; corporation trust and estates, gen- 
eral law practice ; member of firm, Tenney, 
Harding & Sherman. 



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ORPHEUS ABRAHAM HARDING 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 11, 1859, at Hidalgo, 111.; 
graduate of Central University (Richmond, 
Ky.), B. S. ; admitted to Bar, Kansas 1892, 
Illinois, 1894; U. S. District Court, 1903; 
married Miss Josephine Black, Sept. 3, 
1889, at Greencastle, Ind. ; high school 
teacher (Mexico, Mo.), 1883-1884; Clerk 
of District Court (Finney County, Kans.), 
1887-1891 ; City Attorney, Garden City, 
Kans., 1893; member of Knights of Pythias; 
general practice. 




ORPHEUS ABRAHAM HARDING 



ROBERT C HARDY 

Chicago 

Born at Braidwood, 111. ; graduate of Chi- 
cago-Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar 
1915 ; married at Chicago, 111. ; member Tri- 
angle Lodge. A. F. & A. M.. No. 1024; 
Lakeside Lodge, Knights of Pythias, No. 
230; Y. M. C. A.; Hinsdale Club; general 
practice. 



ROY AT. HARMON 
Chicago 



Born July 5, 1889, at Monroe Center, 
111. ; graduate of University of Chicago, 
Ph. B. ; University of Chicago Law School, 
J. D. ; admitted to Bar 1913; member City 
Club of Chicago, Chicago Law Institute, 
Chicago Bar Association, Sigma Chi Fra- 
ternity and Phi Alpha Delta Law Frater- 
nity; member of Harmon & George; gen- 
eral practice, largely corporation law. 




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TREDERICK W. HARNWELL 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 18, 1869, at Mt. Vernon, Ohio; 
Rraduate Kenyon College, A. B. ; Cincinnati 
Law School; admitted to Bar 1892; mar- 
ried Anna J. Wilcox, March 27, 1902, at 
Evanston, III. ; member University and Glen 
View Golf Clubs; corporation, real estate 
and probate practice. 



SAMUEL A. HARPER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 7, 1875; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
Indiana 1899, Illinois 1903; married Mary 
C. AIcKibbin, 1903, at McKeesport, Pa.; 
Attorney for Insurance Department, 1903 ; 
Attorney for State Factory Inspector, 1904- 
1908 ; Attorney for Workmen's Compensa- 
tion Commission, drafting Workmen's 
Compensation Law, 1910; Attorney, Occu- 
pational Disease Commission, 1911; member 
Union League, Hamilton (Director, 1916- 
1919). and Prairie Clubs; American, Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Chicago Law Institute, Chicago Academy 
of Science, Illinois Audubon Society, 
Knights of Pythias, etc. ; author of "Har- 
per on Workmen's Compensation," "Twelve 
Months With the Birds and Poets," etc. ; 
insurance law exclusivelj'. 




SAMUEL A. HARPER 




JOSEPH T. HARRINGTON 

Chicago 

Born March 14, 1892, at Indianapolis, 
Ind. ; graduate of Webster College of Law, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1915; member K. 
of P. ; general practice, with preponderance 
of criminal matters. 



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SOL W. HARRIS 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 3, 1895, at Chicago ; graduate 
John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1917; married Miss Naomi 
Steinberg, May 28, 1917, at Chicago; gen- 
eral practice and mechanics' liens. 




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JAMES P. HARROLD 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 17, 1867, Freeport, 111.; at- 
tended Rockford Academy, Cornell Univer- 
sity, LL. B. and LL. M. ; married Lorle 
Leona Notter of Chicago, Sept. 29, 1903 
(deceased) ; Assistant State's Attorney, 
1906-1909; Master in Chancery, Circuit 
Court, since June, 1916; member American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Phi Alpha Delta, Masons (Blue Lodge and 
Chapter), Royal League, Royal Arcanum 
and City Club ; Professor of Law, Chicago 
Law School, since 1904. 



EDGAR ROBERT HART 

Chicago 

Born May 16, 1874, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Northwestern University, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1895 ; married Miss Ray Lu- 
cille Miller, June 29, 1914, at Milwaukee, 
Wis. ; Assistant Corporation Counsel, Chi- 
cago, 1907-1911; member Illinois Athletic 
Club, Society Army of Santiago de Cuba, 
United Spanish-American War Veterans ; 
railroad law. General Attorney, Chicago, 
Northwestern Ry. Co. 




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HAROLD LEE HART 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 22, 1893, at Chicago ; graduate 
Bowen High School, Northwestern Univer- 
sity College of Liberal Arts, Northwestern 
University Law School ; admitted to Bar 
1918; member Beta Phi Fraternity; general 
practice. 



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LOUIS E. HART 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 29, 1871. at Cleveland, Ohio; 
graduate Oberlin College. A. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1895; married Miss Caroline E. 
W'illcox, Dec. 11 , 1899, at Chicago ; memljer 
University, Union League, Indian Hill, 
Chicago Coif and Law Clul)s; member of 
firm. Montgomery, Hart & Smith; general 
practice. 




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MILTON HART 

Chicago 

Born June 15, 1883; public school. New 
York City; Central Preparatory School, 
New York City; New York Law School, 
New York City; admitted to Bar June, 
1905; married Miss Irma Cans, June 3. 1909, 
at New York ; member Lawyers' Associa- 
tion of Illinois, A. F. & A. M. 



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PEARL M. HART 

Chicago 

Born April 7, 1890, at Traverse City, 
Mich. ; graduate of Metropolitan Business 
College, Jolm Alarshall Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1914 ; Adult Proliation Offi- 
cer, 1915-1917; memher Woman's Bar As- 
sociation of Illinois, Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion, Chicago Woman's Law League, 
Woman's City Cluh of Chicago; Social 
Workers' Country Cluh ; specializes in 
criminal law. 




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EDWARD R. HARTIGAN 

Chicago 

Born May 10, 1889, at Chicago; John 
Marshall Law School. LL.D. ; admitted 
to Bar 1912; member Knights of Colum- 
bus, Chicago Bar Association ; general 
practice. 



ALBERT HASSELL 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 19, 1888, at Terre Haute, Ind. ; 
graduate of Loyola University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1912; City Attorney, Gray- 
ville. 111., 1909-1911; member Masonic Fra- 
ternities, I. O. O. P., Elks, Chicago Avia- 
tion Club, Chicago Bar Association, Chicago 
Law Institute, Second Division Association; 
general practice. 




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LEWIS A. HAUSCHILD 
Chicago 
Born March 10, 1887, at Cincinnati, Ohio 
attended Chicago Seminar of Sciences 
Chicago Law School ; admitted to Bar IVlz 
married Miss Beatrice Procuniar in 1912 
member Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity 
Oriental Lodge No. 23, A. F. & A. M. 
general practice. 



LEWIS A. HAUSCHILD 



WALTER D. HAWK 

Chicago 

Born 186v?, Westmoreland County, Pa.; 
graduate Monmouth (111.) College, B. S. ; 
\orth western University Law School, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar 1894; married Miss 
Bessie Heiiderson, 1892, at Monmouth, 111.; 
member Illinois State and Chicago Bar As- 
sociations ; member firm of Hawk & 
Holmes ; since 1908 has made special study 
of laws and jurisprudence of Mexico, giv- 
ing special attention to Mexican law per- 
taining to real property, corporations and 
court procedure. 





WALTER D. hawk 



KENNETH B. HAWKINS 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 14, 1885, at Burlington, Iowa; 
graduate Harvard College, A. B.; Harvard 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1910; 
member Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
-Associations, Legal Club of Chicago ; gen- 
eral practice ; member of firm, W'ilkerson, 
Cassels & Potter. 



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RALPH R. HAWXHURST 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 24, 1887 ; public grammar and 
high schools, Lewis Institute, A. A. ; North- 
western University and Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1909; married Miss Jeannette Leggett, 
Aug. 23, 1910, at Evanston, 111. ; Westmore- 
land Country Club (Golf), City Club of 
Chicago, Union League Club, Beta Theta 
Pi, Delta Chi and Delta Theta Fraternities ; 
Law Club ; Instructor at Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School in Municipal Court 
Practice ; member American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations ; member 
firm, Eastman, White & Hawxhurst. 




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LOGAN HAY 

Springfield 

Born Springfield, 111., 1871; Alderman, 
Springfield, 1903-1906; elected to Illinois 
State Senate, 1906 to 1910; re-elected in 
1910; general practice. 



WILLIAM SHERMAN HAY 

Chicago 

Member Chicago Athletic Association, 
South Shore Country Club; general civil 
law practice. 



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DANIEL M. HEALY 

Chicago 

Born June 10. 1877, at Chicago; graduate 
St. Ignatius College. A. B., A. M.; Lake 
Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1900; married Loretta L. Doolcy, June 18, 
1902, at Chicago; meml)er Illinois Athletic 
and Glen Oak Countr}- Clubs, Chicago Law 
Institute, Chicago Bar Association, Chicago 
Historical Society, Illinois Historical Asso- 
ciation, Knights of Columbus. Catholic 
Order of Foresters; President, Atlas Ex- 
change National Bank; member of firm, 
Litsinger, Healy & Rcid ; formerly Inspec- 
tor, Rifle Practice, rank Captain. Seventh 
Regiment, I. N. G. 



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DAXIKL M. HEALV 



EDWARD B. HEALY 

Chicago 

Born at Detroit, Mich.; graduate Chicago 
• College of Law ; admitted to Bar 1893 ; 
married Miss Edna M. Clingman, 1899, at 
Chicago; member Irish Fellowship Club, 
Knights of Columbus, American Bank At- 
tornevs. 




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JOHN J. HEALY 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago; educated Chicago pub- 
lic and high schools; admitted to Bar 1888; 
married Katharine A. Andrews, June 21, 
1900, at Chicago; Master in Chancery, 1894- 
1904 ; State's Attorney, Cook County, 1904- 
1908; member Chicago Athletic Association, 
Union League and Edgewater Golf Clubs, 
Masonic Order, K. P., and Elks. 



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C. ERNEST HEATON 

Chicago 

Born Manchester, England; graduate of 
New York Law School, Washington & Lee, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, Virginia 1910, Illi- 
nois 1912; member Bar Association, Art 
Institute of Chicago ; associated with firm 
of Schuyler & Weinfeld. 




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SAMUEL D. HECKAMAN 

Chicago 

Born July 10, 1882; graduate of State 
University of Indiana, A. B., LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, Oklahoma 1908 ; general civil 
practice, special work in land title and 
property law. 



ALONZO C. HECKLER 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 22, 1879, at Salem, Ohio ; grad- 
uate of University of Michigan, and New 
York University Law School ; admitted to 
Bar 1906. 



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WILLIAM S. HEFFERAN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 13, 1865 ; graduate St. Ignatius 
College, A. M.; Union College of Law, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1886; married 
Helen M. Maley, June 8, 1892, at Chicago; 
Master in Chancery, 1897-1899; member 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Royal League, Royal Arcanum. Columbian 
Knights, K. of C, and Catholic Order of 
I'oresters ; general practice. 



GEORGE HEIDMAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 1. 1871, at Cincinnati, Ohio; 
graduate of Cincinnati Law College, LL. 
B. : admitted to Bar in Ohio, 1895 : married 
Miss Sadie Dell Palmer, 1901, at Rochester, 
X. Y. ; admitted to practice in various 
U. S. District Courts and U. S. Circuit 
Court of Appeals throughout United States 
and the U. S. Patent Office ; patent law. 




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LOUIS A. HEILE 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 8, 1871 ; graduate of North- 
western University, B. L. ; admitted to Bar 
1894; married Miss Harriet Wynn, Feb. 20, 
1895, at Dixon. 111. ; Mason, Past Master, 
Park Lodge 843, 1916-1917. 



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WILLIAM HELFAND 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 2, 1883; graduate New York 
University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, New 
York 1905, Illinois 1912; married Miss Lula 
Gerwin, Nov. 21, 1910, at Buffalo, N. Y. ; 
member Chicago Bar Association, Chicago 
Association of Commerce. Oriental Consis- 
tory, Medinah Temple, Shrine. 




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WILLIAM HELFAND 




SAMUEL HELLER 

Chicago 

Born April 1, 1887, in Kolo, Poland; 
graduate of University of Chicago, Ph. B.; 
Northwestern University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1914; married Miss Adeline Neiman, 
February. 1912, at Wheaton, 111. ; member 
Perfection Lodge. A. F. & A. M. ; Lawyers' 
Association of Illinois, Federated Charities; 
general practice. 



SAMUEL HELLER 



WILLIAM E. HERR 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 5, 1894 ; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Chicago-Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1915; single; 
general practice, mostly civil trial and real 
estate work. 



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J. FRANK HESS 
Chicago 
Born Bedford Springs, Pa.; attended 
Heidcll)erg College. Tiffin, Ohio, 3 years ; 
read law with Judge James Pillars (Tiffin) ; 
admitted to Bar hefore Supreme Court, 
Columhus, Ohio, 1883 ; married Miss Laura 
Webster. Aug. 2, 1887, at Peabody, Katis.; 
member Modern Woodmen of America, 
Knights of the Maccabees, K. P., Chicago 
Law Institute; member of firm, Hess & 
Johnson ; general practice. 




IRVING hp:rriott 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 10, 1886, at Chicago; graduate 
of Morgan Park Academy of University 
of Chicago, John Marshall Law School; 
admitted to Bar 1907; married Miss Juanita 
C. Howard, Nov. 29, 1909; member Ridge 
Country, City and Union League Cubs, 
Chicago Bar Association ; Attorney for Illi- 
nois Traction System, 1907-1909; General 
Attorney for Chicago & Northwestern Ry., 
1910-1918; now member of firm, Mont- 
gomery, Hart & Smith. 




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SHIRLEY T. HIGH 

Chicago 

Born March 20, 1874: graduate of Yale, 
B. A. ; admitted to Bar 1897 ; married Helen 
E. Raymond. Jan. 18, 1900, at Chicago; 
member University and Saddle & Cycle 
Clubs; served 15 years in First Infantry, 
I. N. G. 



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FRANK C. HILL 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 20, 1883, at Taberville, Mo.; 
graduate Onarga Seminary (Onarga, 111.), 
Chicago Law School; admitted to Bar 1912; 
married Miss Georgia V. Carpenter, June 
17, 1908, at Piper City. 111.; Assistant City 
Prosecutor, 1916-1918; member Windsor 
Park Lodge, A. F. & A. M. ; South Chicago 
Business Men's Association, E. C. Race 
Lodge, Knights of Pythias; Windsor Park 
and Cheltenham Business Men's Associa- 
tion: general practice; member of law firm 
of Hill & Pedderson. 





FR.-\N'K C. HILL 



SAMUEL B. HILL 
Chicago 



Born Detroit, Mich. ; graduate of Lake 
Forest University; admitted to Bar 1904; 
married Miss Anna M. Jackson, Nov. 7, 
1897, at Detroit, Mich. ; member Chicago 
Law Institute. 



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FRANK N. HILLIS • 

Chicago 

Born May 16, 1872, at St. Joseph, Mo.; 
graduate Blackburn University (Carlinville, 
111.) ; Park College (Parkville, Mo.) ; Kent 
College of Law ; admitted to Bar 1895 ; 
married Miss Grace Maley, Sept. 5, 1899, 
at Chicago ; Assistant City Prosecutor, 
Chicago; member Masons, American Insur- 
ance Union; general practice. 




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PARKER HALE HOAG 

Chicago 

Born Afay 16, 1873, at Thomasboro, III. ; 
graduate University of Illinois, B. A. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1897; married Miss Myrtle 
G. Maliler at Chicago, 111.. March 23, 1907 : 
member University, Law, Legal Clubs, Chi- 
cago; American, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations; Master (1906-1907), 
Lakeside Lodge No. 739, A. F. & A. M.; 
High Priest (1911-1912), Chicago Chapter 
No. 127, R. A. M.; Eminent Commander 
(1919-1920), Chevalier Bayard Com- 
mandery No. 52, K. T. ; member Oriental 
Consistory and Medinah Temple, St. John's 
Conclave, Premier No. 1, Red Cross of 
Constantine, and appendant orders ; general 
practice, except criminal. 



ERNEST STANLEY HODGES 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 27, 1890; graduate Kenyon, 
Ohio State University, Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School; admitted to Bar 1915; 
married Miss Anna Irwin Gay, Oct. 21, 
1916. at Chicago; Captain, U. S. Army, 
1917-1918; Judge Advocate, General Court 
Martial ; member Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Phi, 
Sphinx ; general practice. 





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HAROLD HOFFMAN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 2, 1887; graduate of DePaul 
University, LL. B. : admitted to Bar 1911; 
single ; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Lawyers' Association of Illinois, Lawndale 
Civic Centre. Illinois Sportsmen's Club, 
Lakeside Lodge, O. C. C. ; member of firm, 
Hoffman. Bernstein & Krakow. 



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LEO W. HOFFMAN 

Chicago 

Graduate University of Chicago, Ph. B., 
J. D.; admitted to Bar 1910; member Chi- 
cago and American Bar Associations ; gen- 
eral practice. 




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FRANK J. HOGAN 

Chicago 

Born at St. Louis, Mo. ; graduate of Bry- 
ant & Stratton Business College, Christian 
Brothers College (St. Louis), St. Patrick's 
Commercial Academy (Chicago), and Chi- 
cago-Kent College of Law; admitted to 
Bar 1897; married Miss Fannie Graham, 
Feb. 14, 1900, at Chicago; Fire Attorney, 
Chicago, 6 years ; Assistant Attorney Gen- 
eral, Illinois, 2 years ; member Illinois Ath- 
letic and Columbia Yacht Clubs, Knights 
of Columbus ; formerly Judge Advocate, 
Columbia Yacht Club ; former President, 
Chicago-Kent Alumni Association; general 
practice. 



ROBERT E. HOGAN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 21, 1886 ; graduate of North- 
western University Law School ; admitted 
to Bar 1909; Assistant State's Attorney, 
1912-1920; member Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion, Iroquois Club, Knights of Columbus. 




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SCOTT M. HOG AN 

THOMAS S. HOGAN 

ChU AGO 

Born at Chicago; graduate of St. Louis 
University. A. M. ; Washington University 
(St. Louis, Mo.); St. Louis Law School; 
admitted to Bar 1886; U. S. Supreme Court, 
1900; Assistant Attorney General of Illi- 
nois ; Attornev, Illinois State Board of 
Health. 1911-1915; Professor of Medical 
Jurisprudence, Chicago College of Medicine 
and Surgery and Bennett Medical College; 
meml)er Illinois Athletic and Columhus 
Clubs. Elks ; many of leading clubs in New 
York, London and Paris ; was President of 
86th Exemption District Committee. Chair- 
man of Legal Advisory Board, 86th Dis- 
trict; Counsel in Chicago for Chinese In- 
dustrial &: Commercial Association of Chi- 
cago, and represents the legal interests of 
Xew York and San Francisco consulates. 



SCOTT M. HOGAN 

Chicago 

Born May 1, 1879, in Ohio; graduate of 
Illinois College of Law; admitted to Bar 
1908; married Miss Annie Ryan; member 
Legal Advisory Board, 73rd District, period 
of war ; Assi.stant Corporation Counsel, 
Chicago, 1917-1919; elected Alderman, 31st 
Ward, April. 1919 ; member Loyal Order 
of Moose; Vice-President, 31st Ward Reg- 
ular Republican Organization ; Robert Em- 
mett Branch, Irish Freedom Fund ; general 
practice. 




THOMAS S. HOGAN 



SAMUEL H. HOLLAND 

Chicago 

Born at Lutzin. Russia; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1915; member City Club; Chicago and 
Illinois State Bar Associations ; Lawyers' 
Association of Illinois ; general practice. 



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A. PAUL HOLLEB 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 4, 1890, at New York, N. Y. ; 
graduate Chicago-Kent College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1912 ; married Miss Sara 
Zaritsky, Nov. 9, 1912, at Chicago; teacher 
in public high schools (evenings), commer- 
cial subjects, 1915-1918; Assistant State's 
Attorney, 1917-1918; member Silver Link, 
L O. O. F., A. E. & F. M., Chicago Bar 
Association ; general practice. 




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GEORGE B. HOLMES 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 12, 1867, at Fairlee, Vt. ; grad- 
uate of Northwestern University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1890; married Miss Mary 
Amy Myrick, Sept. 30, 1897, at Chicago; 
Village Clerk, Fernwood, two terms ; Vil- 
lage Attorney of Fernwood, one term ; At- 
torney, Fernwood Park District, 1910-1919; 
elected Judge, Municipal Court, Chicago, 
1919; member Hamilton, and Old Colony 
Clubs; South End Business Men's Associa- 
tion ; Sons of American Revolution ; So- 
ciety of Army of Santiago de Cuba ; Society 
of Foreign Wars ; Sons of Veterans, United 
Spanish War Veterans; 2)2" Mason; 
Shrine; I. O. O. F. ; Knights of Pythias; 
American Brotherhood, U. S. A. ; National 
Union ; Veteran Corps, First Illinois Infan- 
try; Chicago Bar Association; Lawyers' 
Association of Illinois ; Law Institute. 



SAMUEL S. HOLMES 

Chicago 

Born at Bellefontaine, Ohio ; graduate of 
Kenyon College and University of Michigan 
(Law Department) ; admitted to Bar 1908; 
married Miss Eleanor Smoot, Sept. 20, 
1910, at Highland Park, 111. ; Corporation 
Counsel of Highland Park, 1913-1919; City 
Attorney of Lake Forest, 1919 ; member 
Union League and Highland Park Clubs ; 
member of law firm. Hawk & Holmes. 




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THOMAS J. HOLMES 

Chicago 

Born in Ohio; educated in public schools, 
State University and Union College of 
Law ; identified with various law organiza- 
tions in Chicago; Treasurer of Chicago 
Bar Association for 8 years ; member of 
the Board and President of Law Institute; 
was Assistant Corporation Counsel ; Master 
in Chancery, Circuit Court ; connected with 
Tunnel Co., Real Estate Title & Trust Co., 
Swain Co. ; general practice. 



JAMES HENRY HOOD 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 22, 1880, at Nanuet, N. Y.; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law; 
admitted to Bar 1912; member Blaney 
Lodge, A. F. & A. M. 




JONAS O. HOOVER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 10, 1863; graduate of Valpa- 
raiso College; admitted to Bar, Indiana 
1890, Illinois 1899; widower; member Chi- 
cago Bar and Lawyers' Associations, Iro- 
quois Club ; general practice, principally 
chancery litigation in U. S. Courts and 
State Supreme Courts in different states. 



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JOSE WARD HOOVER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 1, 1887, at Slater, Mo. ; gradu- 
ate of University of Chicago, Ph. B. ; Uni- 
versity of Chicago Law School, J. D. ; 
admitted to Bar 1909 ; single ; Councilor 
from University of Chicago Law School 
Alumni Association to U. of C. Alumni 
Council, 3 years ; member Chicago Bar As- 
sociation, American Legion of Honor, Press 
Club, University of Chicago Law School 
Alumni Association (President 1919); 
member First Illinois Cavalry, 1909-1912; 
U. S. Army, 1918-1919, part of time in 
Judge Advocate's, Camp Sevier, South 
Carolina ; associated in practice with Frank 
Aloland ; general practice, specializing in 
banks and banking law and real estate law. 




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JAAIES S. HOPKINS 

Chicago 

Born 1879, at Aurora, 111. ; graduate of 
University of Pennsylvania ; admitted to 
Bar 1903 ; married Miss Maude Douglas, 
June, 1903, at Chicago ; member Chicago 
Athletic and South Shore Country Clubs ; 
32nd degree Mason and Shriner. 




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JOSE WARD HOOVER 

JACOB H. HOPKINS 

Chicago 

Born May 3, 1865 ; graduate of Knox 
College, B. S. ; Union College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1889 ; single ; member 
State Board of Equalization, 1900-1904; 
Judge, Municipal Court, 1910-1916; elected 
Judge, Superior Court, 1917-1923; appointed 
by President Wilson to District Appeal 
Board No. 1, 1917; member Chicago, Illi- 
nois State Bar Associations, Illinois Ath- 
letic, Iroquois, and Olympian Fields Coun- 
try Clubs. 




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W. X. HORXER 
Chicago 



Born in Lebanon, 111.; graduate of Mc- 
Kendrce ColieKc. Lebanon, Columbia Uni- 
versity, Xew York City ; admitted to Bar 
1882; general practice, specializing in cor- 
poration and chancery practice. 




HENRY HORNER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 30, 1878; educated Chicago 
public schools, Chicago Manual Training 
School, Chicago University, Chicago-Kent 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1899; 
Attorney for Board of Assessors, 1912- 
1913; member Chicago Charter Commission, 
1914; Probate Judge, Cciok County, 1914 to 
date ; member American, Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations; Law, City, 
Standard, Illinois Athletic, American Unity 
Hyde Park, American, and Iroquois Clubs 
Elks ; Chicago Lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M. 
Corinthian Chapter No. 69, R. A. M. 
Moose ; Sinai Temple ; Covenant Club, etc 




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LEON HORXSTEIX 

Chicago 

Born July 5. 1863, at West Bend. Wis.; 
educated Chicago grammar and high 
schools ; admitted to Bar 1897 ; married 
Miss Esther Younker, June 25, 1911, at 
Louisiana, Mo. ; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, 1905-1907 and since July. 1911; 
member Chicago Bar Association ; munic- 
ipal law. 



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JACOB HORWITZ 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 12, 1893; graduate of North- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1915 ; member of firm, 
Peters & Horwitz. 





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FRANCIS J. HOULIHAN 

Chicago 

Born July 20, 1865, at Ogdensburg, N. Y. ; 
graduate of Ogdensburg Academy, North- 
western University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1892; married Miss Mary J. Conway, 
at Chicago; member Elks, Knights of Co- 
lumbus ; American, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Associations ; general practice. 



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HUBERT ELMER HOWARD 
Chicago 



Born June 19, 1889, at Fairfield. Iowa ; 
graduate Parsons College (Fairfield), Ph. 
B. ; Harvard Law School, LL. D. ; admitted 
to Bar 1912 ; married Miss Edith Sackett, 
March 22, 1918, at Rockford, III; member 
University and Harvard Clubs ; Captain, 
331st Field Artiller3% U. S. A.; Senior In- 
structor, Artillery, Fourth Officers' Train- 
ing School, Camp Grant, 111. ; overseas serv- 
ice, 1918-1919. 




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PETER J. HOVVEK 

Chicago 

Horn Aug. 6. 1887, at Chicago ; attended 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1911; married Miss Margaret 
Ryan of Prairie du Rocher, 111., June 25, 
1916, at S])ringfield, 111. ; member American 
Unitj- Clul), Knights of the Maccabees and 
Royal Arcanum; general practice. 



THOMAS M. HOYXE 

Chic.\go 

Born July 17, 1843. at Galena, 111. ; gradu- 
ate of Old Chicago University (now Xorth- 
wcstern University Law School) ; admitted 
to Bar 1865 ; married Miss Jeanie T. Mac- 
lay, Jan. 25, 1871, at New York City; 
President. Iroquois Club, 1897 ; President, 
Chicago Bar Association, 1909; member 
Iroquois and Chicago Law Clubs ; Ameri- 
can, Illinois State and Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciations; Law Institute of Chicago; Histor- 
ical Society; Art Institute; general prac- 
tice, real estate, insurance and chancery. 





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HUBERT LA VERNE HUDDLESTQN 

Chic.\go 

Born Sept. 23, 1888; graduate Indiana 
Univcrsit\' Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, Indiana 1912, Illinois 1916; married 
Miss Emma Erickson, Oct. 15, 1919, at 
Chicago ; corporation law. 



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THOMAS D. HUFF 

Chicago 

Born Eldora, la., Jan. 9, 1872; attended 
Grinnell (Iowa) Academy and College, 
and Northwestern University Law School, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1895 ; married 
Ethelyn K. Allen of Helena, Mont, Aug. 
18, 1903 ; formerly Assistant Corporation 
Counsel of Evanston ; Western Counsel of 
U. S. Corp. Co. ; member Hamilton Club, 
American and Illinois State Bar Associa- 
tions, Chicago Law Institute, Commercial 
Law League of America ; specializes in 
corporation law; associate editor, "Corpo- 
ration Manual." 




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ALFRED ROY HULBERT 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 25, 1883, at Freemont, Neb. ; 
graduate of University of Michigan ; ad- 
mitted to Bar. 1908; Assistant U. S. At- 
torney, 1909-1912. 



WIRT E. HUMPHREY 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 6, 1868, at Orland, 111.; gradu- 
ate of Northwestern University, L. A.. Ph. 
B., Ph. M., LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1892; 
married Miss Kate Hay, May 31, 1893, at 
Indianapolis, Ind. ; U. S. Commissioner, 
1895 to date. Master in Chancery Superior 
Court, 1893 to date ; member Hamilton Club, 
Masons, Elks, I. O. O. F., American, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Assn. ; chancery and 
probate practice. 




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HARRY ROGERS HURLBUT 

Chicago 

Born March 7, 1877, at Chicago ; graduate 
Northwestern University Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1901; married Miss 
Ida M. Dahl. Aug. 31, 1908. at Chicago; 
Vice-consul Guatamala since 1918; member 
Universit}' and Iroquois Clubs ; member of 
firm King. Brower & Hurlbut. 



RUDOLPH D. HUSZAGH 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 30, 1854; attended Union Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1879; married Miss Henrietta Robinson, 
Oct. 25. 1882. at Chicago; member Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations, and 
Chicago Athletic Association ; general prac- 
tice, specializing in real estate law. 




RUDOLPH D. HUSZAGH 




VICTOR L. HUSZAGH 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 13, 1889; graduate Amherst 
College, Northwestern University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1912 ; married Miss Lorena 
Case. Oct. 25, 1915, at Chicago; member 
Chicago Athletic Assn.. Lieut. Air Service 
U. S. Army, 1918; died Sept. 11. 1919. He 
was remembered by his host of friends as a 
man of sterling character, unusual kindness 
and consideration for the welfare of others. 



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JAMES C. HUTCHINS 
Chicago 

Born Dec. 15, 1857, at Chicago; graduate 
Union College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1879; married Miss Agnes L. Pot- 
ter, Sept. 3, 1884, at Lake Geneva, Wis. ; 
member American and Chicago Bar Associ- 
ations, Chicago, Union League, University, 
Mid Day, Old Eben, Onwentsia and Shore- 
acres Clubs ; bank and corporate law. 



HENRY W. HUTTMANN 

Chicago 

Born Milwaukee, Wis., May 23, 1872 ; at- 
tended public school and Central Normal 
College, took special courses at University 
of Chicago, and received degree A. B. from 
Fairmont College ; admitted to Bar, 1886 ; 
married Miss Clara Gehring, Oct. 20, 1898, 
at Wichita, Kan. ; member of Board of 
Education of Chicago, 1911-1914; vice-pres. 
Board of Education of Chicago, 1913-14; 
member of Iroquois and Lincoln Clubs, 
Lessing Lodge, A. F. & A. M., Scottish 
Rite Mason ; engaged in general practice. 



ROBERT L. HUTTNER 
Chicago 



Born March 21, 1888, at Chicago, 111. ; at 
tended Northwestern University Law- 
School, LL. B. (at graduation admitted to 
Order of the Coif) ; admitted to Bar, 1909; 
married Miss Sarah H. Hollander at Chi- 
cago, Oct. 24, 1915 ; past chancellor com- 
mander Standard Lodge No. 196, K. of P. ; 
past secretary John Paul Jones Lodge No. 
1013, A. F. & A. M.; B'nai B'rith, Free 
Sons of Israel ; grand regent Phi Alpha 
Delta Chapter, Northwestern University ; 
general practice, specializing in corpora- 
tion and real estate law. 




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HENRY M. HUXLEY 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 21, 1880, Newton, Mass.; Rrad- 
uate of Harvard, A. B., A. M., Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1911; married Carroll Coleman, April 
16, 19L?. at Winston-Salem, N. C. ; mem- 
ber University Clubs of Chicago, Evanston 
and Washington, D. C. ; Capt. Ord. Dept., 
U. S. A., Jan.-Oct., 1918; Major, Ord. 
Dept.. U. S. A., 1918-1919. 



PAUL J. HUXMANN 

Chicago 

Born Ma\- 1st, 1886, at Chicago; graduate 
of Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1907; married Aug. 10, 1910, at 
Minneapolis, ^linn. ; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, Chicago, 1909-1911, Assistant At- 
torney General of Illinois, 1917 to date ; 
member Parkway Lodge No. 1008, A. F. & 
A. M., Lincoln P'ark Chapter No. 177, R. A. 
M., American Unity Club ; general, civil, 
real estate, corporation and probate prac- 
tice. 




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ALBERT E. ICELY 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 27, 1880, at Leaf River (Ogle 
County), 111.; graduate of grammar and 
high school, business college, law school, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1909; Assistant 
Attorney, Board of Education; member of 
various fraternal organizations and civic 
clubs. 



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MICHAEL L. IGOE 

Chicago 

Born April 16, 1885, at St. Paul, Minn.; 
graduate of De La Salle Institute, George- 
town University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1908; member Illinois general assembly, 
1912-1914-1916-1918; Assistant U. S. Dis- 
trict Attorney, 1913-1915; member Elks, I. 
A. C, Iroquois Club, Knights of Columbus, 
Catholic Order of Foresters, Ancient Order 
of Hibernians; general practice. 





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SABATO INSOLATA 

Chicago 

Born May 30, 1875, in Italy; educated 
James McCosh School, Y. M. C. A. (3 yrs.), 
John Marshall Law School, Illinois College, 
Webster College of Law, and a few months 
review at Northwestern University; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1913 ; married Miss Flora 
Rosania, July 2, 1899, at Chicago ; member 
K. P., N. U. Foresters, Alleanza Italiana, 
United Italian Bar Association ; criminal, 
divorce and examination of real estate 
titles. 



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JOSEPH D. IROSE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 1, 1879, at Chester. 111. ; gradu- 
ate of Lebanon University (Ohio), B. S., 
Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1905 ; member A. F. & A. M., K. of 
P., Chicago Bar Association, Chicago Law 
Institute ; general practice federal and state 
courts, civil practice, corporation, probate, 
etc. 



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CLINTON K. IRWIN 



ROYAL \V. IRWIN 
Chicago 



Born June 7, 1877 ; graduate Northwest' 
ern University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1900; member American and Chicago Bar 
Associations, Illinois Athletic Club. 




CLINTON F. IRWIN 

Elgin 

Born Jan. 1. 1854, at Franklin Grove, 111.; 
educated Maple Park Public School, Whea- 
ton College, Valparaiso (Ind.) Normal 
School ; admitted to Bar, 1879 ; married 
Miss Julia H. Egan, Nov. 4, 1880, at Elgin, 
III.; Corporation Counsel of Elgin, 1884; 
Judge U. S. District Court, 2nd Dist., Okla- 
homa, 1899-1907; Judge of Circuit Court of 
16th Circuit of Illinois, 1913 to date; mem- 
ber A. F. & A. M., Bethel Commandery No. 
36, K. T., India Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., 
Oklahoma City, Okla. ; general practice. 




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MARTIN J. ISAACS 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 13, 1871, at Memphis, Tenn. ; 
graduate of Chicago College of Law, Law 
Dept. Lake Forest University; admitted to 
Bar, 1891 ; married Hettie B. Reinhard, 
Mar. 24. 1896, at Chicago; Police Magis- 
trate, Piano, 111., 1893 ; Master in Chancery, 
Superior Court, 1912 to date; member 
Board of Managers Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion ; member Illinois Athletic and Iroquois 
Clubs. Elks, Mystic Shrine, Masonic orders 
and other fraternal orders, American, Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
member of firm Silber, Isaacs, Silber & 
Woley. 



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MORSE IVES 

Chicago 

Born 1868; graduate University of Wis- 
consin, B. L., (Eng.), LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, Wisconsin, 1892, Illinois, 1894 ; mar- 
ried Rose Kneeland, at Wauwatosa, Wis. ; 
member Hamilton Club, A. F. & A. M., 
Wisconsin Society. 




CHARLES HENRY JACKSON 

Chicago 

Born at Stockwell, Ind. ; graduate of Lake 
Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1892; married Miss Mae L. Buckman, Oct. 
31, 1895, at Chicago; member Hamilton and 
Ouilmette Country Clubs ; member of firm 
Burke, Jackson & Burke. 



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DAVID H. JACKSON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 14, 1874, at Chicago ; graduate 
Lake Forest Academy, Lake Forest College, 
A. B., Cornell University, Northwestern 
University Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1901 ; Mayor, Alderman and City 
Attorney of Lake Forest, 111., 1903-1909; 
Chairman Lake County Republican Central 
Committee, 1905-1907 ; Trustee North Shore 
Sanitary District, 1914-1919; member Ma- 
sons, Hamilton Club, Illinois State Bar As- 
sociation. 



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SAMUEL SPENCER JACKSON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 3, 1865; graduate of University 
of North Carolina, A. B.; admitted to Bar, 
1889; member Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity, 
Chicago Bar Association, Hamilton Club, 
Hinsdale Golf Clul) ; practice, principally 
consulting. 



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LAURENCE B. JACOBS 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 2, 1879, at Rock Island. 111.; 
graduate of Wabash College (Cravvfords- 
ville, Ind.), Chicago Kent College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1908 ; married Miss 
Irene Chaplin. Nov. 2, 1915, at Chicago; 
Assistant U. S. Attorney 4 years. Assistant 
City Prosecutor 3 years ; member Kappa 
Sigma, Literary Fraternity, Phi Alpha 
Delta, Law Fraternity, Masonic Lodge; 
general practice. 




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MONTE M. JACOBS 

Chicago 

Born at Montreal, Canada ; graduate of 
Lake Forest University; admitted to Bar, 
1893 ; married Miss Helen Sperling, April 
17, 1894, at Chicago; member Masons, Cov- 
enant Club, B'nai B'rith, Grand Master 
Free Sons of Israel ; commercial and cor- 
poration law practice. 



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LOUIS JAFFIE 

Chicago 

Born April 12, 1890, at New York City; 
graduate of John Marshall Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1912; married Miss 
Norma Klein, June 2, 1918, at Chicago; 
Republican Committeeman, Maywood, 17th 
Precinct, 1918-1920; member Knights of 
Pythias, Melrose Park No. 530, past chan- 
cellor commander ; general practice. 



RUSSELL BOSWELL JAMES 

Chicago 

Born at Norwalk, Ohio ; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, Michigan, 1910, Ohio, 1911, Illinois, 
1914; married Miss Courtney Broadus, Aug. 
28, 1913, at Montclair, N. J. 



THOMAS JAMIESON 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 12, 1889, at Grand Island, 
Neb. ; graduate of Georgetown University, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1912; Assistant 
Sanitary District Attorney, 1915 ; Director 
Bureau of Wilson and Marshall Clubs, 
Democratic National Committee, 1916, Nat. 
Secy. College Men's Democratic League, 
1912, on list of speakers Democratic Na- 
tional Committee, 1912-1916. 



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ROBERT R. JAMPOLIS 

CHAN'CELLOR L. JENKS 

Chicago 

Born May 11, 1863, at Chicago; graduate 
Evanston grammar and high schools, Dart- 
mouth College, A. B., Union College of 
Law (Northwestern University); admitted 
to Bar, 1888 ; married Miss Janet Lyons, 
June 25. 1889, at Oakland, Cal. ; member 
and president Board of Education, Evans- 
ton, Member (now president) Evanston 
Township High School, Board of Educa- 
tion, President (National) Dartmouth Col- 
lege Alumni Association, 1916; now Presi- 
dent General of the National Society of 
the Sons of the American Revolution; Pres- 
ident, two terms (1915-1917) University 
Club of Evanston ; President Chicago & 
North Shore Festival Association (1912- 
1914) ; meml)er District Draft Board No. 
1, Chicago; real estate and general prac- 
tice. 



ROBERT R. JAMPOLIS 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 6, 1855, at Milwaukee, Wis.; 
graduate of Union College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1877 ; married Miss 
Theresa Loewy, Oct. 12, 1879. at Chicago ; 
Assi.stant States Attorney, 1885-1893; As- 
sistant Corporation Counsel, 1907-1911; 
member A. F. & A. M., Austin Lodge No. 
850, Cicero Chapter No. 180, R. A. M., 
Siloam Commandery No. 54, K. T., A. A. O. 
M. S. ; assisted in the preparation and prose- 
cution of cases arising out of the Hay- 
market Riot. 




CHANCELLOR L. JEXKS 



EVERETT JENNINGS 
Chicago 

Born in 1874 in Kentucky; graduate 
Centre College, (Danville, Ky.), A. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1896; assistant state's attor- 
ney, 1913 ; general counsel State Public 
Utilities Commission, 1915-1916; assistant 
attorney general, Illinois, 1917; member 
Elks, Knights Templar; general practice. 



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LOUIS H. JENNINGS 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 21, 1842, in Ionia County, 
Mich. ; graduate of Ann Arbor High School, 
Michigan University Literary Dept. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, Michigan, 1875, Illinois, 
1887; married Miss Phillippina Gundrum, 
at Ionia, Mich., Aug. 29, 1876; member G. 
A. R. Post. No. TZl , Illinois; was member 
of Co. H, 6th Mich. Cavalry, Custer's Brig- 
ade. 



WILLIAM A. JENNINGS 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 24, 1872 ; graduate of Chicago 
College of Lawf ; admitted to Bar, 1895 ; 
married Miss Olive Nordstrom, June 29, 
1907, at Chicago; member Sons of Confed- 
eracy, Society Army of Santiago ; general 
practice. 



LUTHER JOHNS 

Chicago 

Born in 1873, in Pennsylvania ; graduate 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Blacksburg, 
Va.), B. S., National University (Wash- 
ington, D. C), M. L. ; admitted to Bar, 
1903 ; married Miss Lulu Savery, Dec. 24, 
1914, at Oak Park, 111. ; held various gov- 
ernment positions in Washington, 1898- 
1905 ; member Oak Park and Westward Ho 
Golf Clubs, Oak Park Lodge No. 540, A. F. 
& A. M. ; general practice in Chicago for 5 
years, for 10 years specializing in patents, 
trade marks, corporation and unfair com- 
petition matters. 




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GEORGE E. Q. JOHNSON 

Chicago 

Born July 11, 1874, at Harcourt, Iowa; 
graduate of Tobin College (Ft. Dodge, la.), 
Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1900; married Elizabeth Swanstrom, 
Sept. 8, 1906, at Chicago ; member Kensing- 
ton Lodge No. 804, A. F. & A. M., Pullman 
Chapter R. A. M., Chicago Bar Association ; 
general practice, with wide experience in 
probate and chancery matters. 



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NELS J. JOHNSON 

Chicago 

Graduate Chicago Kent College of Law; 
admitted to bar, 1897; member Masonic 
orders and Odd Fellows; engaged in gen- 
eral practice. 





NELS J. JOHNSON 



RUSH BENJAMIN JOHNSON 

Chicago 

Born April 21, 1880, at Compton, 111.; 
graduate of Northern Illinois Normal 
School and Dixon Business College, North- 
western University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1912 ; married Miss Edna J. Shaw, 
Oct. 23, 1908, at Chicago, 111. ; taught public 
schools in State of Iowa, 1897-1900; mem- 
ber Dixon Alumni Association, Banner Blue 
Lodge No. 924. A. F. & A. M., Chicago Bar 
Association, Lincoln Park Golf Club; gen- 
eral practice. 



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EDWARD R. JOHNSTON 

Chicago 

Born April 13, 1882, at Ida Grove, la.; 
graduate of University of Iowa, Ph. B., 
Harvard University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1907; married Miss Caroline Rogers, 
April 28, 1910, at Chicago; member Skokie 
Country, University and City Clubs, Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Law Institute ; member firm Newman, Pop- 
penhusen. Stern & Johnston; principally 
trial work. 





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FRANK JOHNSTON, JR. 

Chicago 

Born at Jackson, Miss. ; West Point Mili- 
tary Academy 3 years ; admitted to Bar, 
1897 ; married in Chicago ; Assistant Cor- 
poration Counsel, Chicago ; Attorney Board 
of Local Improvements ; First Assistant 
State's Attorney, Cook County; member 
Iroquois, Law and Press Clubs, Chicago 
Bar Association ; at present Judge Circuit 
Court of Cook County. 



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MORRIS L. JOHNSTON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 13, 1872; public grammar and 
high schools, (Chicago), Mass. Institute of 
Technology, Harvard University and North- 
western Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1899; married Miss Grace Douglas, 
Nov. 4, 1904, at Chillicothe, Ohio; member 
Chicago, Onwentsia, Saddle and Cycle, and 
Harvard (N. Y.), Clubs; member of firm 
Scott, Bancroft, Martin & Stephens ; gen- 
eral practice, including corporation and tax- 
ation law. 



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FREDERIC BRUCE JOHNSTONE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 25, 1876; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1897; married Elsie B. Leale. Aug. 12, 1905, 
at San Francisco ; member Phi Delta Phi. 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations. Union League, City, Law, 
Calumet Country and Quadrangle Clubs ; 
member of firm Burry. Johnstone & Peters. 



FREDERIC BRUCE JOHNSTONE 



DON KENNETH JONES 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 21, 1889, at Quincy, Mich.; 
graduate University of Michigan, Chicago 
Kent College of Law, B. L. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1910; married Miss Mabel Crawford, 
Aug. 18, 1910, at Elgin, 111.; member Illinois 
.Athletic and South Side Tennis Clubs, Chi- 
cago Bar Association, Royal League, Delta 
Theta Phi ; member of firm Def rees, Buck- 
ingham & Eaton ; general practice, corpora- 
tion law. 




W. CLYDE JONES 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 11, 1870, at Pilot Grove, la.; 
graduate of Iowa State College, M. E., Chi- 
cago College of Law, Lake Forest Univers- 
ity Law School. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1895; married Miss Emma Boyd, 1896, at 
Paulina, Iowa; State Senator, Illinois, 1906- 
1914; member University, Union League, 
Hamilton, City. Press and University 
(Evanston) Clubs, Chicago Equestrian As- 
sociation. Lawyers and New York Riding 
Cfubs (New York), Cosmos Club (Wash- 
ington, D. C.) ; general practice including 
causes involving patents, trade marks, copy- 
rights and unfair trade. One of the authors 
of Jones & Addington's Annotated Statutes 
of Illinois, etc. ; member of firm Jones, Ad- 
dington, Ames & Seibold. 



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JESSE A. JOSEPH 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 1, 1877, at Indianapolis, Ind. ; 
graduate of Lake Forest University, Law 
Dept., Chicago College of Law, Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, LL. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1901 ; 
married Miriam Rothschild, Oct. 6, 1913, at 
Cincinnati, Ohio; member Ancient Craft 
Lodge No. 907, A. F. & A. M., Idlewild 
Country and Hyde Park American Clubs ; 
Hyde Park Chapter R. A. M. ; commercial 
law practice. 



ROY JUUL 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 25, 1887 ; graduate Y. M. C. A. 
College, Chicago Law School ; admitted to 
Bar, 1909; married Miss Anna Wagner, 
Oct. 16, 1908, at Crown Point, Ind. ; member 
I. O. O. F., Royal Arcanum, Cook County 
Real Estate Board; general practice. 



BENJAMIN B. KAHANE 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 30, 1890; graduate Chicago 
Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 
1912; member Buena Shore and Idlewild 
Country Clubs, Covenant Lodge No. 526, 
A. F. & A. M. ; associated with A. S. Trude, 
former Judge George A. Trude and Judge 
Daniel P. Trude. 



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HARRY KAHN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 15, 1889, at Cincinnati, Ohio; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1912; Lieut. U. S. 
Army, Sta. at Florida, Washington, Phila- 
delphia and N. Y., 1917-1918; member A. F. 
& A. M., Florida Consistory No. 2, Almas 
Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., K. P., Hamilton 
Club ; member of firm Peden, Kahn & 
Murphy. 



HARRY KAHN 



ALBERT G. KAISER 

Chicago 

Born June 30. 1892; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School, Metropolitan Busi- 
ness College; admitted to Bar, 1914; general 
practice. 




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JOSEPH KAMFNER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 28, 1890; graduate Lewis In- 
stitute, Northwestern University Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1914; 
member Chicago Lodge B. P. O. E., Apollo 
Lodge No. 642, A. F. & A. M., Chicago Bar 
Association ; general practice. 



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HENRY L. KANE 

Chicago 

Born Russia, Nov. 4, 1886; attended 
high schools and Kieff Vladimir University 
in Russia, and Chicago Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1916; mar- 
ried Bertha Yablow, Nov. 14, 1911, at Chi- 
cago; member B'nai B'rith and Covenant 
Club of Chicago; engaged in general prac- 
tice and specializes in compensation law. 





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MICHAEL V. KANNALLY 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 15, 1875, at Sterling, 111. ; grad- 
uate St. Ignatius College (Chicago), A. B., 
Chicago College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 
1897; married Mary G. Bremner, July 31, 
1907, at Chicago ; member Chicago Athletic 
Association, Ridge Country Club, Ameri- 
can, Illinois State and Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciations ; member firm, Burton, Kannally & 
Megan ; general practice. 



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MICHAEL V. KANNALLY 



CHARLES HERAIAN KAPLAN 

Chicago 

Born Moscow, Russia ; attended Kent Col- 
lege of Law, Webster College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admittecl to Bar, 1918; married Miss 
Jeanette Hirschberg at Chicago, April 24, 
1914; member Knights of Pythias, Pro- 
gressive Order of the West; general prac- 
tice. 




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JACOB KAPLAN 

NATHAN D. KAPLAN 
Chicago 
Born May 17, 1877 ; graduate of Chicago 
public and high schools, Lake Forest Uni- 
versity. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1900 ; mar- 
ried Miss Mamie Griesheimer. May 8, 1913, 
at Rochester, N. Y. ; member American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Lawyers Association, Cook County Real 
Estate Board, Hamilton Club, Director 
Covenant Club, I. O. B'nai B'rith, A. F. & 
A. M., R. A. M., 1. O. O. F., National 
Executive Committee Zionist Organization 
of America, Director and ex-president He- 
brew Institute, Vice-Pres. South Side Jew- 
ish Educational Centre. Vice-Pres. Jewish 
Historical Society of Illinois, Chairman 
Chicago Delegation to American Jewish 
Congress. 




JACOB KAPLAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 26, 1882, in Russia; graduate 
Medill High School, Chicago Kent College 
of Law ; admitted to Bar, 1905 ; member 
K. P., American, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations, Lawyers Association of 
Illinois, Independent Order of B'nai B'rith, 
Covenant Club, Fraternal Aid Union, 
American Insurance Union, Court of 
Honor, Chicago Hebrew Institute, Y. M. C. 
A. ; general practice. 




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NATHAN D. KAPLAN 



FERDINAND J. KARASEK 

Chicago 

Born July 15, 1867; attended Knox Col- 
lege, A. B., Northwestern University, LL. 
B., Emerson College of Boston, O. M. ; ad- 
Tnitted to Bar, 1897; married Miss Marjorie 
Lincoln Allen at Providence, R. I., June 29, 
1904 ; member Arcana Lodge A. F. & A. M., 
York Chapter, Columbia Commandery and 
Medinah Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S. ; gen- 
eral practice. 



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ERNEST KASISCHKE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 11, 1888, at Chicago; graduate 
Chicago Seminary of Science, Chicago 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1913 ; 
married Miss Elsie Lehr, 1917, at Chicago; 
Attorney General's office, 1915 ; Assistant 
Prosecuting Attorney, March, 1919, to date. 





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FREDERICK J. KASPER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 24, 1882, at Chicago, 111.; 
Notre Dame University, Ph. B., Harvard 
University, LL. B., 1907; admitted to Bar, 
1907 ; married Miss Josephine M. Flatley, 
April 26, 1910, at Brookline, Mass. ; mem- 
ber Edgewater Golf Club, Chicago Athletic 
Association, Knights of Columbus, Chicago 
Real Estate Board ; real estate, corporation 
and general practice. 



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FREDERICK J. KASPER 



LAMBERT KASPERS 

Chicago 

Born June 27, 1882, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Northwestern University Law School, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1907; married Miss 
Florence A. Mann, Oct. 1, 1914, at Chicago; 
member City Club and Cook County Real 
Estate Board ; general practice. 



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JACOB KATZ 

Chicago 

Born May 5, 1882, at Brody, Austria; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law; 
admitted to Bar, 1905; married June 17, 
1906, at Chicago; City Attorney, West 
Hammond, III., 1912-1915. 



RICHARD J. KAVANAGH 

Peoria 

Born Aug. 17, 1894, at Peoria; graduate 
of University of Illinois and Catholic Uni- 
versity, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1916; 
member Knights of Columbus and Elks ; 
general practice. 




MICHAEL W. KAVANEY 

Chicago 

Born May 20, 1888, at Wilmington, 111.; 
graduate Wilmington High, Central Busi- 
ness, and Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1906; Assistant Corpora- 
tion Counsel, Chicago, 1913-1915; K. of C, 
P. A. D., and National Union; general 
practice. 



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HARRY G. KEATS 

Chicago 

Born Lyme Regis, Dorset County, Eng- 
land ; attended grammar schools, Y. M. C. 
A. night school and Chicago Kent College 
of Law; admitted to Bar, 1900; married 
Miss Hattie Fiedeke, June 26, 1905, at Chi- 
cago; deputy clerk (Cook) County Court, 
assistant to probate judge; member Hamil- 
ton Club, D. C. Cregier Lodge, A. F. & 
A. M., Prairie State Council, R. A., Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law Alumni Associa- 
tion and the Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity. 




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WILLIAM B. KEEFE 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 3, 1885, at Evanston, 111.; 
graduate of De Paul University, Loyola 
University, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1913; 
member K. of C, Lawyers Association. 



ROY D. KEEHN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 7, 1875, at Ligonier, Ind. ; 
graduate of De Pauw University Prepara- 
tory, Indiana University, University jof 
Chicago, Ph. B., University of Chicago 
Law, J. D., '04; admitted to Bar, 1905; 
Assistant Corporation Counsel under J. 
Hamilton Lewis ; member University, South 
Shore Country, Olympian Fields Country 
and Chicago Automobile Clubs, American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associa- 
tions, Masons, Shriner ; general practice. 



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JOHN E. KKHOE 



AUGUSTUS KELLY 

Chicago 

Born 1804, in Sullivan County, Indiana; 
attended Indiana Universitj-, graduate of 
De Pauw University, A. B. ; admitted to 
E^ar, 1895; married Mi^s Annie Mitchell, 
Feb. 11, 1903, at Chicago; Assistant State's 
Attorney, Cook County, 1914 to date; mem- 
ber Masonic lodge. Phi Gamma Delta Col- 
lege Fraternity. Delta Chi Law Fraternity, 
Chicago Bar Association ; general civil prac- 
tice. 




JOHN E. KEHOE 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 26, 1869; graduate of Illinois 
College, A. M.; admitted to Bar, 1892; 
married Miss Frances Valentine, June 24, 
1901, at Chicago; West Town Attorney, 
Chicago, Chief Trial Attorney for City of 
Chicago; member American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations, Chicago 
Law, South Shore Country Clubs, Chicago 
Athletic Association; general practice. 




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JOHN J. KELLY 
Chicago 



Born July 28, 1887, at Chicago ; graduate 
Holy Name Parochial School ; De LaSalle 
Institute, John Marshall Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1915; married Miss Mary 
Frances Murphy, Nov. 9, 1910, at Chicago; 
appointed .Assistant U. S. District Attorney, 
April 1, 1920; member Irish Fellowship Club, 
Knights of Columbus ; general practice. 



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PATRICK J. KELLY 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 31, 1879, at Farley, Iowa; 
graduate Hamilton College of Law, LL. B., 
LL. M. ; admitted to Bar, 1915 ; married 
Anna Welch, Feb. 18, 1903, at Charles City, 
Iowa. 



JAMES FRANCIS KENNEDY 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 25, 1869, Joy Prairie, 111. ; at- 
tended Whipple Academy, Jacksonville, 111., 
University of Notre Dame, LL. D. and M. 
L. ; admitted to Bar, 1896; member of 
Superior Council of the Society of St. Vin- 
cent de Paul of the United States; secretary 
Metropolitan Central Council, same soci- 
ety, for the province of Illinois ; president 
of Particular Council of same society, Chi- 
cago ; member Knights of Columbus ; pro- 
bate, real estate and chancery practice. 



FRANCIS M. KEOUGH 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 28, 1873, Lemont (Cook Coun- 
ty), 111.; graduate of Notre Dame Univers- 
ity, C. E., Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1897; married Anna 
Monckton, at Chicago; President of village 
of Lemont, 1909-1919. 



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OTTO KERNER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 22, 1884, at Chicago; graduate 
Chicago Kent College of Law; admitted to 
Bar, 1905; married Miss Rose B. Chmelik, 
July 27, 1907, at Chicago; Prosecuting At- 
torney, 1912-1913; Alderman 12th Ward, 
1913-1919; Master in Chancery Circuit 
Court, 1916 to date ; member Iroquois and 
Bohemia Clubs, Masonic Orders, Elks, I. O. 
O. F., Chicago and American Bar Associa- 
tions ; general probate and chancery prac- 
tice. 



WILLIAM DUNTON KERR 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 4, 1883; educated Chicago 
public schools, Lewis Institute, Northwest- 
ern University, A. B., Wisconsin Univers- 
ity, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1910; married 
Miss F. Ethel Works, Oct. 26, 1912, at Min- 
neapolis ; member City Club and Sigma Chi 
and Phi Alpha Delta Fraternities. 




CHRISTOPHER KING 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 12, 1863, at Brooklyn, N. Y.; 
graduate of Elliott's Business College (Bur- 
lington, la.), Kent College of Law; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1896; married Miss Charlotte 
Button, Sept. 15, 1906, at Chicago; mem- 
ber American Unity Club, 25th Ward Re- 
publican Club and Empire State Society; 
member of firm Culver, Andrews, King & 
Stitt ; general practice, commercial and 
corporation law. 



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FLORENCE KING 

Chicago 

Born in 1870 at Waterloo, Iowa ; gradu- 
ate of Mount Morris College, Kent Col- 
lege of Law, B. S., LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1895 ; widow ; Founder and Pres. Na- 
tional Woman's Association of Commerce; 
patent, corporation and trade mark law. 





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FLORENCE KING 



SAMUEL B. KING 

Chicago 

Born May 27, 1865, at Ottawa, 111.; 
graduate Union College of Law, LL. B.; 
admitted to Bar, 1887 ; member City, Ham- 
ilton and Jackson Park Yacht Clubs, Soci- 
ety of Colonial Wars, Sons of the Revolu- 
tion, (Pres. Illinois Society), member Lib- 
erty Speakers Association; general prac- 
tice. 



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SAMUEL B. KING 



HARRY CLARK KINNE 

Chicago 

Born June 25, 1880; graduate Englewood 
High School, Illinois College of Law, LL. 
B., LL. M. ; admitted to Bar, 1903 ; married 
Miss Nella Snider, Mar. 30, 1904, at Chi- 
cago ; member Union League Club, Equity 
Lodge No. 878, A. F. & A. M., Washington 
Chapter No. 43, R. A. M., Oriental Con- 
sistory, Medinah Temple, Illinois Council 
No. 615, Royal Arcanum ; instructor in 
real property, abstracts, wills and probate 
practice in Illinois College of Law (now 
De Paul University). 




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CHARLES CLEVELAND KIRK 



I. B. KIRKLAND 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 25. 1874, at St. Paul, Minn. ; 
graduate of University of Wisconsin, 
LL. D. ; admitted ot Bar, 1898; married 
Kathryn A. Stoppenhach, July 29. 1902, at 
Jefferson, Wis. ; general and municipal and 
corporation bond law and real estate titles. 



CHARLES CLEVELAND KIRK 

Chicago 

Born English Center, Pa., June 4, 1884; 
attended Girard College, Philadelphia, Pa., 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B., and 
Illinois College of Law, LL. M. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1912; member Pennsylvania State 
Society, America Lodge No. 889, A. F. & 
A. M., Wiley M. Egan Chapter No. 126, 
R. A. M., and Chicago Commandery No. 
19, Medinah Temple ; engaged in general 
practice. 




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I. B. KIRKLAND 



WEYMOUTH KIRKLAND 

Chicago 

Born Port Huron, Mich., June 4, 1878; 
graduated Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1901 ; married Louise 
Stone, Chicago, 1905 ; member Chicago Ath- 
letic Association, Mid Day Club, Flossmoor 
Country Club, Chicago, Illinois State and 
American Bar Associations ; engaged in 
general practice of law. 



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PAUL T. KLENK 

Chicago 

Born 1893, at Blue Island, 111.; graduate 
of University of Michigan, Northwestern 
University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1915; 
married Miss Carvl A. Nickerson, Oct. 11, 
1916, at Blue Island, 111.; City Attorney, 
Blue Island, 1917-1919; member Calumet 
Lodge No. 716, A. F. & A. M., Calumet 
Chapter No. 203, R. A. M.. Blue Island 
Lodge No. 1331, B. P. O. E., Harmonize 
Lodge No. 2, I. O. O. F. ; general practice. 




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WILSON L. KLINE 

Chicago 

Bo n Greenville, III. ; attended Shurtleff 
Coll( "je, Ottawa University, University of 
Chic go; holds degrees M. S. and B. L. ; 
adm tted to Bar, 1908; married Miss M. 
Otto'-'? Seitz, Chicago; member Hamilton 
Club Chicago Bar Association and Chicago 
Law Institute; was professor of medical 
jurisprudence in Chicago College of Osteo- 
pathy for 3 years ; general practice, special 
attention to bonds, mortgages and kindred 
subjef'ts. 




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PAUL T. KLENK 

JULIUS REYNOLDS KLINE 
Chicago 
Born Dec. 15. 1865, at Philadelphia, Pa.; 
graduate of Pennsylvania State Normal 
School, Allegheny College, Chicago Law 
School, Midland University, LL. D. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1891 ; married Helen Newman 
in 1899, in Colorado ; Professor of Law. 
Chicago Law School Post Graduates, for- 
mer Editor Voice-Review, former Vice- 
President Press Club, former President 
Pennsylvania Society, Secretary Alumni 
Association of West Allegheny College ; 
member Masons, 33rd degree. Chief Ancient 
& Honorables, American. Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations, Lawyers' Club. 




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SAMUEL E. KNIGHT 



SAMUEL E. KNIGHT 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 4, 1862, at Deerfield, 111.; 
graduate of Northwestern College, A. B., 
Northwestern University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1891 ; married Miss Mary E. Wag- 
ner, Aug. 3, 1887, at Monroe, Mich.; mem- 
ber Union League, Bankers (Chicago) and 
Westmoreland Country Clubs, Chicago Bar 
Association, Royal Arcanum, Royal League, 
etc. ; Secy. State Bank of Chicago, 1901 to 
date. 



CHARLES S. KNUDSON 

Chicago 

Born May 7, 1882, at Chicago; graduate 
Chicago schools, John Marshall Law School, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1903; married 
Bernadine Mendelsohn, Aug. 6, 1913, at 
Chicago; Attorney for North West Park 
District, March, 1919, to date ; member 
Masonic, Odd Fellows, Chicago Norske 
Club ; general practice. 




PAULUS F. B. KOENIG 

Chicago 

Born April 18, 1889. at Fort Branch, Ind. ; 
graduate De Pauw University, A. B., Loy- 
ola University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1916; member A. F. & A. M., R. A. M.; 
general practice. 



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SAMUEL L. KOENIGSBERG 

Chicago 

Born Russia, 1872; attended Medill High 
School, Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1903; married Susan 
Bronstein, Sept. 5, 1898, at Chicago, 111. ; 
member Masonic orders, B'nai B'rith, Chi- 
cago Bar Association and Lawyers Asso- 
ciation of Illinois ; specializes in real estate 
and probate law practice. 



CHARLES A. KOEPKE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 18, 1876, at Chicago ; educated 
Chicago public and high schools. North- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1899 ; married Caroline 
G. Schmidt, Oct. 7, 1903, at Chicago ; mem- 
ber Hamilton Club, Masons and Shriner. 



MORRIS KOMPEL 

Chicago 

Born May 30, 1879, at Leipzig, Germany; 
graduate Northwestern University, B. L., 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1903 ; married 
Miss May K. Stayer, May 2, 1914, at Chi- 
cago ; member Chicago Lodge No. 437, A. F. 
& A. M., York Chapter No. 148, R. A. M., 
I. O. B'nai B'rith, American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations. 




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C. H. KORDOWSKI 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 8, 1888; graduate Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, Hamilton College of Law; 
admitted to Bar, 1912; single; member Illi- 
nois State Bar Association and various 
fraternal organizations ; general practice, 
including real estate. 



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ARTHUR M. KRACKE 

Chic.\go 

Born Nov. 6, 1881, at Chicago; graduate 
Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1905; married Miss Elsie MacGin- 
nis, April 12, 1911. at Chicago; member 
Park Ridge Country Club ; corporation and 
tax law. 





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ROY L. KRAXZOW 

Chicago 

Born July 22, 1893; graduate De Paul 
University. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1914; 
member Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity; 
general practice, specializing in chancery, 
real estate and probate practice. 



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SAMUEL KRAUS 

Chicago 

Born April 14, 1889; graduate Northwest- 
ern University Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1911; married Miss Beatrice 
Freeman, June IS, 1916, at Chicago; mem- 
ber Order of the Coif. 




HARRY H. KRINSKY 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 22, 1885 ; graduate Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1906; member Delta Theta Phi Law Fra- 
ternity, K. P, B.nai B'rith, Free Sons of 
Israel and numerous charitable organiza- 
tions, Chicago Bar Association, Lawyers 
Association of Illinois, and Waubansia 
Lodge No. 160, A. F. & A. M.; engaged in 
general practice. 



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HARRY H. KRINSKY 



LAZARUS KRINSKY 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 8, 1887, at Chicago; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1910; District Commis- 
sioner, Boy Scouts of America (West Side), 
1919-1920; member Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion, Masonic Order, B'nai B'rith ; general 
practice in civil matters, specializing in cor- 
poration, real estate, probate and chancery 
practice. 




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STUART BEARDSHEAR KROHN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 22, 1889, at Cleveland, Ohio; 
graduate Leander Clark College (Toledo, 
Iowa), A. B., Chicago Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1914; mar- 
ried Mildred Newcomer, Dec. 30, 1915, at 
Marshalltown, Iowa ; member Chicago Bar 
Association ; general practice. 



OSCAR A. KROPF 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 10, 1872; graduate Washburn 
College, Northwestern University Law 
School, A. B., A. M., LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1901 ; married Miss Edith A. Ander- 
son, Oct. 21, 1908, at Chicago ; Master Lin- 
coln Park Lodge A. F. & A. M., 1908-1909, 
Potentate Medinah Temple, A. A. O. N. 
M. S., 1913, American Unity Club; general 
practice. 




OSCAR A. KROPF 




JULIAN KWASIGROCH 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 4, 1880, Chicago, 111. ; educated 
St. Stanislaus parochial school and college; 
post-graduate course Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School ; Assistant State's At- 
torney two years ; member Polish National 
Alliance, Roman Catholic Union, Polish 
Press, Polish Democratic League of Cook 
County, and Iroquois Club. 



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WALTER J. LA BUY 

Chicago 

Born July 25, 1888, at Beaver Dam, Wis. ; 
attended Beaver Dam High School, Law 
Dept, De Paul University, Chicago, LL. B.; 
admitted to Bar, 1912; married Miss Helen 
Dolores Warszewski, Nov. 24, 1914, at Chi- 
cago ; Assistant City Attorney, 1912 to 1915 ; 
general practice. 




JOHN HUGH LALLY 



WILLIAM O. LaMONTE 

Chicago 

Born April 20, 1862, at Lyons, Iowa; 
graduate Lake Forest University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1900; married Margaret H. 
Richardson, July 3, 1883, at Chicago ; Exam- 
iner Money Orders, P. O., 1888-1892; Chief 
Clerk, Water Office, 1895-1896; member of 
Legislature, 1897-1898; Clerk, Juvenile 
Court, 1899-1905; Minute Clerk, Circuit 
Court, 1894-1905; member A. F. & A. M.; 
for 3 years Secy., Cook County Child Sav- 
ing Conference ; 12 years Secy. Louise 
Training School for Colored Boys ; 2 years 
Secy. Presbyterian Sunday School Associa- 
tion, Chicago Presbytery. 



JOHN HUGH LALLY 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 10, 1882, at Gloucester, Mass. ; 
graduate Boston University, Loyola Uni- 
versity, Northwestern University; admitted 
to Bar, 1909 ; married Miss Annie Clark 
Painter, Sept. 12, 1907, at Chicago; Dept. 
of Conservation, State Council of Defense 
(111.), 1918; Director of Smileage Book 
Campaign, 1918; Attorney Selective Serv- 
ice Board, 1918; Secy, and Treas., Improve- 
ment Association (Evanston), 1909-1919; 
Past Consul Business Camp, Modern Wood- 
men of America. 




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TALL C L'AMOKEAUX 

Chicago 

Horn Chicago. III., June 21, 1886; at- 
tended Kemper Military School, Lewis In- 
stitute, Chicajio Kent College of Law, LL 
H. ; admitted to Bar, 1910; married Miss 
Bertha Johnson, Dec. 30, 1913, at Chicago, 
111.; served as attorney for Village of 
Shermerviile, 111., 1915-17; member Phi 
Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, Chicago, Illi- 
nois State and American Bar Associations 
and Union League Club; engaged in gen- 
eral and corporate organization practice. 



HERMAN S. LANDFIELD 

Chicago 

Born May 1, 1890; graduate John Alar- 
shall Law School. Chicago Kent College of 
Law, LL. B., Northern Illinois University, 
L. M. : admitted to Bar, 1916; married Miss 
Henrietta Mosk, June 2, 1917, at Chicago; 
member Odd Fellows, Order Knights of 
Joseph. Independent Order Brith Abraham, 
etc. ; general practice. 





HERMAN S. LANDFIELD 



MAXWELL LANDIS 

Chicago 

Born in KiefF, Russia; graduate of Rus- 
sian Gymnazium, Crane Technical High 
School, Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar, 1919; member Chicago 
Bar Association, Elks. American Greeters, 
Odd Fellows ; general practice in all courts. 



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THOMAS H. LANDISE 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 27, 1892; educated Hofman 
Preparatory School, Northwestern Univers- 
ity Law School, LL. B., 1917; admitted to 
Bar, 1917; member Italian Progressive Club, 
(vice-pres.), Chicago Bar Association; gen- 
eral practice. 




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BENSON LANDON 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 8, 1861 ; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania ; admitted to Bar, 
1887; married Miss Frances Kuykendall, 
Dec. 31, 1890, at Towanda, Pa.; member 
Masonic Lodges. 



RAY E. LANE 

Chicago 

Born at Midland City, 111.; graduate Illi- 
nois College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Miss Emily J. Wailenbower, 
Oct. 29, 1S?13, at Chicago; member Odd Fel- 
lows and Masons. 




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WALLACE R. LANE 

ERNEST LAXGTRY 

Chicago 

Born May 13, 1866, at Collingwood, Can- 
ada; graduate of Upper Canada College, 
Trinity College, Osgoode Hall (Toronto) ; 
admitted to Bar. 1891 ; married, Oct., 1898, 
at Milwaukee, Wis. ; Assistant City Prose- 
cutor, Chicago, 2 years ; Assistant State's 
Attorney 6 years ; member Chicago Bar As- 
sociation. Cook County Democracy; gen- 
eral and criminal law. 




WALLACE K. LANE 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 12, 1876, Whately, Mass. ; at- 
tended Hopkins Academy, Hadley, Mass., 
Williston Seminary, Easthampton, Mass., 
Brown University, Yale Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1900; married Miss 
Gertrude Gardner of Swansea, Mass., July 
2, 1901; member University (Chicago, 
Evanston and Washington, D. C), Union 
League, Automobile, Rhode Island Country 
Clubs, and Beta Theta Pi (New York) ; 
patent, corporation, trade mark and unfair 
competition practice ; author of various ar- 
ticles on patent, trade mark laws. Lecturer 
on patent law, Drake University and Uni- 
versitv of Nebraska. 




ERNEST LANGTRY 



THOMAS E. LANNEN 

Chicago 

Born May 25, 1876, at Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
graduate of Amboy Business College (Am- 
boy, III.), Northern Illinois Normal School 
(Dixon), Chicago Law School, LL. B.; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1902; married Miss Pearl J. 
Jones, Oct. 5, 1908, at Chicago; member 
Military Order of the Loyal Legion. Veter- 
ans of Foreign Wars of the U. S., Knights 
of Columbus, Modern Woodmen of Amer- 
ica, Chicago Bar Association, North Shore 
Golf Club; served in Porto Rico campaign 
in 1898 as member of Co. G, 6th 111. Inf. 



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OLENE LAPHAAl 

Chicago 

Born July 31, 1892, at Burlington, Wis.; 
graduate of Wisconsin University, LL. B.; 
admitted to Bar, Wisconsin, 1914, Illinois, 
1916; member Woman's Bar Association of 
Illinois ; general practice. 




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T. FRED LARAMIE 

. Chicago 

Born Mar. 11, 1867; attended common 
schools and graduated from the Kent Col- 
lege of Law ; admitted to Illinois Bar, 1899 ; 
married Mrs. Laura Ashmore, Milwaukee, 
Wis., Oct. 29, 1894; City Attorney, May- 
wood, 111., 1911-1913; member Knights of 
Pythias, National Union, Modern Wood- 
men and Royal Arcanum ; engaged in gen- 
eral law practice. 



FRANK A. LASLEY 

Chicago 

Born at Fairfield, 111. ; graduate of Yale 
University, A. B.. LL. D. ; admitted to Bar, 
1907; member Hamilton and South Side 
Tennis Clubs, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations ; general practice. 



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CARL R. LATHAM 

Chicago 

Born at Sandwich, 111. ; graduate of 
Northwestern University, Ph. L., LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1905 ; married Miss Helen 
Babcock, June 23, Kenilworth, 111.; Vice- 
Pres. Chicago Association of Commerce, 
1918; Pres. Iroquois Club, 1919; member 
Chicago Athletic Association, Iroquois and 
Glen View Clubs, American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations, Legal Club. 



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CARL R. LATHAM 



JONATHAN G. LATIMER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 25, 1874, at Hopkins, Iowa; 
graduate Knox College, B. S., Northwest- 
ern University Law School, B. L. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1900; married Evelyn Wyatt, Oct. 
25, 1905, at Fond du Lac, Wis. ; member 
Phi Delta Theta and Delta Chi Fraterni- 
ties, Chicago Athletic Association, Floss- 
moor Country Club, City Club, Sons of 
American Revolution ; member of firm 
Peaks, Bunch & Latimer. 



CAMERON LATTER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 14, 1890, at Boston, Mass.; 
graduate of University of Chicago, Ph. B., 
J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1914; associated 
with Charles E. Erb^tein, specializing in 
criminal matters. 



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RICHARD J. LAVERY 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 20, 1877, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago Manual Training School, Law 
Dept. Lake Forest University; admitted to 
Bar, 1904; married Emma Gannott, Nov. 
29, 1906, Chicago. 111. ; member Morgan 
Park No. 999, Masonic Lodge, and Wiley 
M. Egan Chapter ; insurance, corporation 
and personal injury practice. 





RICHARD J. LAVERY 



NATHAN A. LAWRENCE 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago, 111. ; graduate of Kent 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1915; 
married Mollie Goodman, June 24, 1913, at 
Chicago ; Assistant State's Attorney, 1917- 
1919 ; general practice. 



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NATHAN A. LAWRENCE 



IDA M. LAWRIE 

Chicago ■ 

Born in Scotland ; graduate University 
of Wisconsin, Northwestern University 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1918; 
Legal Dept. R. R. Commission of Wis., 
1910-1915 ; member Kappa Beta Pi Legal 
Sorority, Illinois Woman's Bar Association ; 
associated with firm of Cummins, Roemer, 
Flynn & McKenna ; public utility law. 




IDA M. L.\WRIE 



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GEORGE B. LEAR 



LEO S. LE BOSKY 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago ; graduate of Lewis In- 
stitute and John Marshall Law School; ad- 
mitted to Bar. 1913; married Miss Jennie 
Franks, March. 1915. at Chicago; member 
Iroquois Club. Lawyers Association of Illi- 
nois, Cook County Real Estate Board ; gen- 
eral practice. 




GEORGE B. LEAR 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 9, 1883, at Chicago ; graduate 
of University of Illinois, A. B. ; University 
of Chicago Law School. J. D. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1914; married Miss Lottie Kaarby, 
Jan. 25, 1919, at Chicago; member Brother- 
hood Lodge No. 986, A. F. & A. M., Lincoln 
Park Chapter No. 177, R. A. M., Lincoln 
Park Commandery No. 64, K. T., Phi Beta 
Kappa, 21st Ward Republican Club, Chicago 
Bar Association ; chancery practice and 
corporation law. 




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LEO S. LE BOSKY 



CHESTER ARTHUR LEGG 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 16, 1880, at St. Louis, Mo.; 
graduate Harvard University, A. B., LL 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1908; married Miss 
Anna Dickson, June 10, 1908, at Cambridge, 
Mass. ; Assistant U. S. Attorney at Chi- 
cago, 1908-1910; Counsel, Chicago BoanJ 
of Trade, 1910-1914; member Masons 
Evanston Golf and Hamilton Clubs, Fir.v 
Presbyterian Church of Evanston ; gener?. 
practice ; author of "The Law of Commer- 
cial Exchanges" and "A Suit at Law in 
Illinois." 



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CHESTER ARTHUR LEGG 



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JOSEPH JOHN LELIVELT 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 21, 1893, at Chicago ; graduate 
Chicago Kent College of Law; admitted 
to Bar, 1916; member Delta Chi Legal 
Fraternity. 




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JOSEPH JOHN LELIVELT 



JAMES LEROO 

Chicago 

Born Aug., 1889, at Farmington, N. H. ; 
graduate of University of Michigan ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1914; contract attorney for 
Sanitary District of Chicago. 



WILLIAM LEVINE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 28, 1885; admitted to Bar, 
1906; married Miss Cecelia Greenberg, 
June 17, 1913, at Seattle, Wash. ; assistant 
attorney West Chicago Park Commission- 
ers, 1915-1917; member Apollo No. 642, A. 
F. & A. M., Beaconsfield No. 448, K. of P., 
Lawyers Association of Illinois ; general 
practice. 



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HARRY C LEVINSON 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 12, 1879; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1900; married Miss Fannie Cohn, Dec. 17, 
1902, at Chicago; member Washington Park 
Lodge, A. F. & A. M., Oriental Consistory, 
Medinah Temple Ancient Arabic Nobles of 
the Mystic Shrine, Royal Arcanum, Idlewild 
Country Club ; Secretary Illinois Packing 
Co., Director of Armitage Theater Co., The 
Greenwood Co.; member of firm Levinson 
& Hoffman. 



H.\RRY C. LEVINSON 



MORRIS K. LEVINSON 

Chicago 

Born July 24. 1889; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School ; admitted to Bar, 
1910; married Rose Gerber. 1912, at Chi- 
cago ; meml)er Chicago Association of Com- 
merce. Chicago Bar Association, Chicago 
Law Institute, Beehive Lodge. A. F. & A. 
M.; corporation, real estate and trial prac- 
tice. 





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MORRIS K. LEVINSON 



MOSES LEVITAN 

Chicago 

Born July 21, 1891 ; graduate University 
of Chicago, Ph. B.. J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 
1913 ; member B'nai B'rith ; 2nd Lieut. 
Field Artillery, U. S. Army. 



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CHARLES LEVITON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 26, 1889 ; graduate University 
of Chicago, Ph. B.. J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 
1911; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Chicago Law Institute ; general practice. 




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PHILLIP B. LEVITON 



DAVID R. LEVY 



Chicago 

Born April 27, 1867 ; educated in gram- 
mar and high schools, and law lectures; 
admitted to Bar, Indiana, 1893, Illinois, 
1896; married Miss Sadie Salzenstein, Aug. 
5, 1908, at Chicago; Assistant Secy., 111. R. 
R. & W. H. Comm., 1893-1896; Secy, to 
Gov. John P. Altgeld, 1896; Asst. Corpora- 
tion Counsel, City of Chicago, 1901-1905; 
Appellate Court Attorney, City of Chicago, 
1911-1915; member Apollo Lodge. A. F. & 
A. M., K. P., Maccabees, I. O. B. B., Hyde 
Park, Iroquois, Covenant, Idlewild Country 
Clubs, American, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations, Lawyers Association of 
Illinois. 



PHILLIP B. LEVITON 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 10, 1881, at Riga, Russia; 
graduate John Marshall Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1915; married Minnie 
Rosin, Sept. 1. 1908, at Chicago; member 
Independent Order Odd Fellows, K. P. 




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JACOB LEVY 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 29, 1876; graduate of South 
Side Academy, University of Chicago ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1902; married June 5, 1906, 
at Chicago; personal injury practice. 



SIDNEY LEVY 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 22, 1893; graduate of Univers- 
ity of Chicago, Ph. B., Northwestern Uni- 
versitj' Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1915 ; general practice. 





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SIDNEY LEW 



SIDNEY E. LEVY 
Chicago 



Born May 30, 1885, at Chicago; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1910 ; married Miss Bernice 
Oppenheimer, April 21, 1910, at Chicago, 
who died Jan. 31, 1918; married Miss Ida- 
hell Reiss, April 24, 1919, at Cleveland, 
Ohio; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Illinois Lawyers Association, Emblem 
Lodge No. 984. A. F. & A. M., Hyde Park 
Chapter No. 240, R. A. M., Palestine Coun- 
cil 66, R. & S. M., Hyde Park Chapter No. 
782, O. E. S. ; general civil practice. 



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SIDNEY E. LEVY 



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DANIEL H. LEWIS 

Chicago 

Born June 17, 1894; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1915; member Golden Harmony Lodge, 
I. O. O. P., A. F. & A. M., Field Artillery, 
9th Brigade, 27th Reg. 




HARRY A. LEWIS 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 20, 1869, at Berwick, 111.; 
graduate Elliott's College, Northwestern 
Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1897 ; mar- 
ried Nellie Fenn, June 18, 1895, at Chicago ; 
Assistant State's Attorney, 1901-1904, Coun- 
ty Attorney, 1905-1911; member all Ma- 
sonic bodies, Chicago and Illinois State Bar 
Associations, Hamilton Club, Beverly 
Country Club; elected Judge of the Su- 
perior Court, April 1st, 1919. 



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HARRY A. LEWIS 



W. J. LEWIS 

Chicago 

Born in Chicago; educated in public and 
high schools; graduated from Illinois Col- 
lege of Law; admitted to Bar, 1911; gen- 
eral practice, civil, chancery and probate 
law. 




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ABRAHAM LIDSKY 

Chicago 

Born 1885 ; graduate John Marshall Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1912; mar- 
ried Ida Lidsky, Feh. 14, 1914, at Chicago; 
member of firm, Lidsky & Clark. 




OTA P, LIGHTFOOT 

Chicago 

Born Alvarado, Tex., Aug. 11, 1881 ; at- 
tended University of Fort Worth and Uni- 
versity of Chicago, A. B. and J. D. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1905 ; married Florence H. 
Sayres, Aug. 11, 1909, at Waukegan, 111.; 
served as assistant city prosecutor. City of 
Chicago, 1911-14, and assistant state's at- 
torney, 1914-20; member Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation and Delta Chi legal fraternity; en- 
gaged in general practice. 



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OTA P. LIGHTFOOT 



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HENRY S. LIGHTHALL 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 13, 1883, at Chicago; attended 
Northwestern University Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1905 ; member Hamilton 
Club, Illinois Bar Association and Loyal 
Order of Moose ; general practice. 



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WILLIAM J. LINDSAY 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 9, 1878, at Aurora, 111. ; gradu- 
ate of Grinnell College, Ph. B., Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B.; admitted to 
Bar, 1906; married Miss Marybel Kinnick, 
Oct. 15, 1908, at Adel. Iowa; Master in 
Chancery, Superior Court, 1917 to date ; 
member City, Iroquois and Hawkeye Clubs, 
Phi Delta Phi, Ogden Park Lodge, A. F. & 
A. M., B. P. O. E. 



THOMAS LINDSKOG 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 21, 1884, at Rockford. 111.; 
graduate Northwestern University Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1908 ; mar- 
ried Miss Gertrude E. Clettenberg, April 
18, 1911, at Chicago; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel under Mayor Busse ; member Ben 
Franklin Lodge, A. F. & A. M., Chicago Bar 
Association. 



JOSEPH L. LISACK 

Chicago 

Born in Poland ; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Elizabeth L. Benoit, June 23, 
at Bourbonnais, 111. ; Assistant Attorney 
Sanitary District, Chicago, 1913-1919 ; mem- 
ber Royal Arcanum, Royal League. Knights 
of Columbus, Chicago Bar Association; 
general practice. 




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WILLIAM LISTER 



WILLIAM LISTER 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 27, 1886, Thornton, Fifeshire, 
Scotland ; graduate of Association Insti- 
tute, John Marshall Law School ; admitted 
to Bar, 1914; married Miss Edith M. Pat- 
tullo, Nov. 28, 1913, at Evanston, 111.; City 
Attorney of Evanston, 1915 to date; mem- 
ber St. Clair of Balbeggie Lodge, Thornton, 
Scotland, Evanston Chapter, Royal Arch 
Masons, Evanston Elks Lodge, Evanston 
K. of P., Illinois St. Andrews Society, Chi- 
cago Bar Association ; special Assistant 
State's Attorney, 1915-1917; general prac- 
tice. 



CHARLES G. LITTLE 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 17, 1874, at Philadelphia ; grad- 
uate Amherst College, B. S., Northwestern 
University Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1897; married Miss Myra Wilson, 
Oct. 2, 1900, at Evanston, 111. ; Chief Exam- 
iner Torrens Land Registration, 1905-1910; 
member University (Chicago), Union 
League, Glen View and Law Clubs ; Pro- 
fessor of Law, Northwestern University 
Law School ; member of firm Urban, Little, 
Gordon & Wise. 




HERBERT R. LLOYD 

Chicago 

Born Fayette, O., Oct. 8, 1868; attended 
country schools, Fayette Normal University, 
and graduated Chicago Law School, 1902, 
LL. B. and LL. M. ; taught school several 
years; admitted to Bar, 1902; married Mrs. 
Nellie L. Iverson of Chicago, Oct. 8, 1918; 
member Republic Lodge No. 914, A. F. & 
A. M.. Lincoln Park Chapter No. 177, R. A. 
M. ; engaged in general practice. 



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HENRY K. LOEB 

Chicago 

Attended Chicago College of Law (now 
Kent College of Law), LL. B.; general 
practice. 



FRANK J. LOESCH 

Chicago 

Born April 9, 1852, at Buffalo, N. Y.; 
graduate Union College of Law, North- 
western University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1874 ; married Miss Lydia Richards, 
Oct. 2, 1873, at Chicago; member Board of 
Education, 1898-1902; Pres. Chicago Bar 
Association, 1905-1907; Pres. Union League 
Club., 1916-1917; member Union League, 
University, City, Law, and Glenview Golf 
Clubs ; member of firm Loesch, Scofield, 
Loesch & Richards ; general practice, also 
counsel for Pennsylvania R. R. System, 
General Counsel Chicago Union Station Co. 



CLARENCE J. LOFTUS 

Chicago 

Born June 15, 1885, at West Union, Iowa; 
graduate of Drake University (Des Moines, 
la.); admitted to Bar, 1908; married 
Eleanor M. Mathers, April 22, 1918, at Chi- 
cago ; member New Evanston Golf, Uni- 
versity Clubs, Chicago Patent Law and 
Illinois Bar Associations, and other clubs, 
lodges and organizations ; member Speak- 
er's Bureau during war; patent and trade 
mark law. 




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HOLLA RUDOLPH LONGENECKER 

Chicago 

Born April 1, 1875; attended Chicago 
Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
June, 1900; married; lecturer on Medical 
Jurisprudence in several medical colleges 
until 1918; life member Hamilton and 
Olympia Fields Country Clubs, active in 
several fraternal orders and librarian Ori- 
ental Consistory, S. P. R. S., 32nd degree ; 
author of "How to Prepare a Case for 
Trial"; general practice, specializing in cor- 
poration law, common law trusts for busi- 
ness purposes and medical jurisprudence. 



CARROLL J. LORD 

Chicago 

Born Xov. 12. 1883 ; graduate University 
of Kansas, LL. B., Yale University, LL. M. ; 
admitted to Bar, Nebraska 1911, Illinois 
1916; member Fort Sheridan Officers' 
Training Association; general practice. 





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CARROLL J. LORD 



FRANK E. LORD 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 20, 1861, at Danvers, Mass.; 
graduate Northwestern University, A. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1886; member Chicago 
Athletic Association ; American, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations. 



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JOHN S. LORD 

Chicago 

Born in Buena Vista County, Iowa ; 
graduate of University of Wisconsin, A. 
B., Harvard Law^ School ; admitted to Bar, 
1906 ; married Miss Marion M. Green, Oct. 
6, 1915, at Chicago; President General 
Alumni Association, University of Wiscon- 
sin, 1916-1918; member University and Ken- 
wood Clubs. 





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JOHN S. LORD 



ALBERT S. LOUER 

Chicago 

Born March 3, 1871 ; graduate Columbia 
Law School, New York Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1892; married Miss 
Rose Mandel, April 18. 1899, at Chicago; 
member Association of Commerce, Lake 
Shore Country and Standard Clubs. 



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ALBERT S. LOUER 



LEO B. LOWENTHAL 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 26, 1878, at St. Joseph, Mo.; 
attended University of Michigan, LL. B. ; 
admitted to bar 1901 ; married Miss Lil- 
lian Reiwitch at Chicago, Sept. 5, 1905 ; 
member Intercollegiate Club, Ancient Craft 
No. 907 A. F. & A. M. ; general practice. 




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CHARLES F. LOWY 

Chicago 

Born June 17. 1874; graduate Lake For- 
est University. LL. B., St. Ignatius College 
(course of Philosophy). Illinois College of 
Law; admitted to bar 1901; married Miss 
Bella Friend, Jan. 15, 1905, at Chicago; 
member American, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Assns., I. O. F. S. of I., Bnej 
Brith. Masonic Lodge (Past Master) Chap- 
ter, Consistory, Shrine ; general practice. 



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(HARI.KS K. I.OWY 



P. J. LUCEY 

Chic.\go 

Born May 2. 1873, at Ottawa, 111. ; gradu- 
ated Ottawa High School ; admitted to bar 
1894; married Miss Frances Gertrude 
Casey. Sept. 10. 1901, at Streator, 111,; 
Mayor of Streator, 111.. 3 terms, Attorney 
(Jeneral, Illinois, 1913-1916, appointed mem- 
ber Public Utilities Commission of Illinois. 
1917, member Chicago, Illinois State and 
.\merican l^ar Assns.; general practice. 




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ALBERT E. LUCIUS 

Chic.\go 

Born Sept. 13, 1879, at Havana, Cuba; 
graduate University of Michigan, A. B., 
Northwestern University, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to bar, 1906; member Ridge Country 
and City Clubs, Oriental Consistory, Me- 
dinah Temple ; member of firm Goodnow, 
Matthews, Lucius & McNabb. 



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EDWARD B. LUCIUS 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 21, 1885, at Summit, N. J.; 
graduate University of Mich., A. B.; 
Northwestern University, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to bar, 1911; married Miss Dacotah 
Grimm, Dec. 26, 1914, at Sioux Falls, S. D. ; 
member State Legislature, 1918 to date; 
member Normal Park Lodge, A. F. & A. 
M., Modern Woodmen of America; mem- 
ber of firm of Goodnow, Matthews, Lucius 
& McNabb. 




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JOHN J. LUPE 
Chicago 



Born June 25, 1888, at Chicago ; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School ; admitted to 
Bar 1909; married Nov. 4, 1913. at Chi- 
cago; member Chicago Rod & Gun Club, 
American Athletic Association, Lawyers' 
Association of Illinois ; general practice. 




EDWARD B. LUCIUS 



EDWARD H. LUEBECK 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 27, 1890, at Chicago; gradu- 
ate of Crane Technical High School, Chi- 
cago-Kent College of Law, LL. B., LL. M. ; 
admitted to Bar 1911; married Miss Agnes 
F. Ludwig, July 7, 1917, at Chicago; As- 
sistant Prosecuting Attorney, City of Chi- 
cago, 1915-1919; member Veritas Lodge 
No. 926, A. F. & A. M. ; Wiley M. Egan 
Chapter, R. A. M.; I. O. O. F. ; Intercol- 
legiate Club ; Four-Minute Man ; Legal Ad- 
visory Board, 86th District. 




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HARRY J. LLRIE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 13, 1882, at Chicago; graduate 
of University of Chicago, Ph. B., J. D. ; 
First President, U. of C. Law School Asso- 
ciation ; admitted to Bar 1905 ; married 
Helen A. Lederer. March 6, 1916, at Chi- 
cago; member Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations, Ravisloe Country, Book 
and Play, and Standard Clubs, Masonic 
nraranizations ; member of firm, Lurie & 
Fishell. 



HARRY J. LURIE 



HARRIS CARMAN LUTKIN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 20. 1886, at Chicago; graduate 
of Northwestern University, A. B., LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1910; married Miss Hazel 
Hackshaw, June 30, 1917, at Ottawa, 111.; 
City Attorney. Evanston. 1911-1915; Assist- 
ant Counsel, U. S. S. B.. Emergency Fleet 
Corporation, 1918-1919; member University 
and Westmoreland Country Clubs ; Chicago, 
Illinois State and American Bar Associa- 
tions ; Lecturer, Northwestern University 
Law .School. 1914-1918. 




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WILL H. LYFORD 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 15, 1858; graduate Colby Col- 
lege (Waterville, Me.), A. M.; admitted to 
Bar 1884; married Miss Mary Lee Mac- 
Comas, April 28, 1886, at Nebraska City, 
Nebr. ; member of various clul)s in Chicago, 
New York and Washington. 



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CORNELIUS LYNDE 

Chicago 

Born Rock Island, 111., Feb. 20, 1887; 
graduate Williams College, A. B. ; North- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1905; married Bertha L. 
Pollock, Nov. 25, 1908, at Philadelphia, Pa. ; 
member of University, Law and Chicago 
Legal Clubs, Chicago Association of Com- 
merce ; American, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Associations ; engaged in general 
practice, specializes in corporation and in- 
ter-state commerce law. 




WILLIAM P. MacCRACKEN, JR. 
Chicago 



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LOUIS WILLIAM MACK 

Chicago 

Born July 15, 1887; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Illinois, University of Chicago, Har- 
vard Law School, A. B., A. M., LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1910; Director of Films, 
U. S. Government, 1917 ; member City, Har- 
vard, mini, University (Washington), 
Army & Navy (Washington) and Cosmos 
(Washington) Clubs; Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations ; general corpo- 
ration practice. 



Born Sept. 17, 1888, at Chicago ; graduate 
University High School, University of Chi- 
cago ; admitted to Bar 1911; married Miss 
Sallie Lucile Lewis, Sept. 14, 1918, at Waco, 
Texas ; member American Legion, Olym- 
pia Fields Country, Kenwood, City and 
Legal Clubs ; Royal Arcanum ; American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associa- 
tions ; Psi Upsilon and Phi Delta Phi Fra- 
ternities ; member of firm. Montgomery, 
Hart & Smith ; general practice. 




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ROBERT T. MACK 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 26, 1887; graduate of Harvard 
College, A. B., magna cum laude. Harvard 
Law School, LL. B., cum laude ; admitted 
to Bar 1911 ; married Miss Jeannette Steele, 
March 7, 1918. at Chicago; U. S. Army, 
1917-1919; member Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion, Harvard Club of Chicago, Lake Shore 
Country (Glencoe), and City Clubs; gen- 
eral practice, corporation law. 



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WILLIAM J. MACK 

Chicago 

Born May 27. 1885. at Cincinnati, O. : 
graduate Harvard College, A. B. ; Harvard 
Law School. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1910; 
Lieutenant. Infantry. N. A., 1917; Cap- 
tain, Infantrv, N. A.. 1917; Major, Judge 
Advocate. U". S.. 1918-1919; member City 
and Harvard Clubs ; general practice, cor- 
poration. i)robate and foreign matters. 





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WILLIAM HECTOR MACLEAN 

Chicago 

Born Quebec, Canada ; graduate high 
school and Chicago College of Law ; admit- 
ted to Bar 1900; wife, Mary L. Maclean; 
served as Trustee, Village of Wilmette, 2 
years ; Assessor, New Trier Township, 2 
years ; Justice of Peace, New Trier, 2 years ; 
member House of Representatives, Illinois 
State Legislature, 2 years ; Illinois State 
Senator. 4 years ; now serving second term 
as County Commissioner, Cook County; 
member A. F. & A. M., I. O. O. F., R. A., 
and M. W. A. ; engaged in general practice. 



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JOHN E. MaeLEISH 

Chicago 

Born May 13, 1879, at Glasgow, Scotland; 
graduate of Lewis Institute, Chicago-Kent 
College of Law ; admitted to Bar 1901 ; 
married Gladys Thrift. Aug. 9, 1906, at 
Village, Va. ; member Union League, Law, 
Skokie Country, and Hamilton Clubs ; Bar 
Associations ; member of firm, Scott, Ban- 
croft, Alartin & Stephens. 



CHESTER A. MACOMIC 

Chicago 

Born at Saugus, Mass.; graduate of Bos- 
ton Law School, DePaul University, LL. 
B., D. C. L., LL. M.; admitted to Bar 1911 ; 
member Hamilton Club ; Secretary and 
Organizer, Hamilton College of Law. 





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DANIEL L. MADDEN 

Chicago 

Born in Ireland ; graduate of University 
of Notre Dame (South Bend, Ind.), LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1907; married in 1910, 
at Chicago; member of Emerson Council, 
K. and L. of S. ; Knights of Columbus, 
Irish Fellowship Club, United Irish Soci- 
eties, Knights of Maccabees, Ancient Order 
of Hibernians, Div. No. 1 ; general practice. 



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HENRY W. MAGEE 

PHILIP J. McGUIRE 
Chicago 
Born Dec. 9, 1871, on farm near Eliza- 
beth, 111. ; graduate State College of Iowa, 
University of Nebraska, M. A.; Chicago 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1899; married Aliss Gertrude E. Solon, 
April 2i, 1902, at Chicago ; special examiner 
and special counsel for Insurance Superin- 
tendent of Illinois ; member Hamilton Club, 
Knights of Columbus, Woodmen of the 
World, Modern Woodmen, Ro^'al Arcanum, 
Delta Chi Fraternity, University of Ne- 
braska Club of Chicago, Iowa State College 
Clul) of Chicago, and many other fraternal 
and educational organizations ; director and 
counsel for large numlier of corporations; 
general practice, specializing in insurance 
and cori)oration law. 




HENRY W. MAGEE 

Chicago 

Born 1840, in Meadville, Pa. ; graduate of 
Hillsdale College, Ann Arbor University, 
A. B., A. M.; admitted to Bar 1868; mar- 
ried Mi.ss Hatty B. Pratt, 1878, at Hills- 
dale, Mich. ; served through civil war in 
Fourth Michigan Infantry; general prac- 
tice. 




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EDWARD MAHER 
Chicago 



Born Jan. 17, 1860, in Lancashire, Eng- 
land ; graduate of Union College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1885 ; married 
Elizabeth Stirling ; Captain, Second Illinois 
Infantry, I. N. G. ; commissioned as Cap- 
tain, U. S. National Army, Feb. 6. 1917, and 
served during World War ; Honorary 
President, Lawyers' Association of Illinois ; 
Vice-President, Chicago Law Institute; 
member Illinois State Bar Association, 
Lawyers' Association of Illinois, Chicago 
Society of Advocates ; Commander, Ameri- 
can Unity Post, American Legion ; Chicago 
Press, Adventurers', and Army & Navy 
Clubs ; general practice. 



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E. R. MAHONEY 

Chicago 

Born July, 1881, at Milwaukee, Wis. ; 
graduate of Spencerian College, Webster 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1919; Chief of Efficiency Bureau, Civil 
Service Commission, Cook County, 1912- 
1913; Comptroller, Sanitary District, Chi- 
cago, 1913-1915 ; member Illinois State Bar 
Association ; general practice. 




E. R. MAHOXEY 



BERNARD J. MAHONY 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 4, 1868, at Chicago ; graduate 
of St. Ignatius College, Chicago-Kent Col- 
lege of Law ; admitted to Bar 1896 ; mar- 
ried Miss Mary A. Tansey, Nov. 25, 1902, 
at Chicago ; member 39th General Assem- 
bly, 1895; Chief Clerk, Appellate Court, 
1895-1897; Attorney, Water Department, 
City of Chicago, 1904; Attorney, Civil 
Service Commission, 1906; Assistant Cor- 
poration Counsel, 1911-1912; Assistant 
State's Attorney, Cook County, 1912-1917. 



CHARLES L. MAKEMSON 

Chicago 

Born in 1885, in Kosciusko County, Ind. ; 
graduate of Huntington (Indiana) Business 
College, Y. M. C. A. Preparatory, North- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1916; member of Chicago 
Bar Association, Hamilton Club, American 
Legion ; Faculty, Chicago Law School ; 
member of firm, Hodges & Makemson; 
general practice. 




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stephp:x a. malato 

Chicago 

Assistant State's Attorney. 1912-1915; 
nienihcr Edgcwater Reach and Press Clubs ; 
American. Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations ; Italian Chamber of Com- 
merce, Lawyers' Association of Illinois, and 
other social and fraternal organizations ; 
general practice, with special attention to 
the criminal branch. 



DAVID B. MALONEY 

Chicago 

Born at Arcadia, Wis., May 14, 1890; 
graduated from the University of Michi- 
gan. LL. B., 1914; engaged in general law 
practice, specializing in insurance matters. 




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CHRISTOPHER MAMER, JR. 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 24, 1884; attended West Divi- 
sion High School and University of Illinois, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1911; member 
mini Club of Chicago. Sigma Alpha Epsilon 
Fraternity, and National Union Assurance 
Society ; general practice. 



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A. B. MANION 

Chicago 

Born March 12, 1886, at Chicago ; gradu- 
ate of Albion College, Chicago-Kent Col- 
lege of Law, University of Chicago, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1912; casualty and liability 
insurance law. 




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GEORGE MANKLE 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 22, 1879; graduate of Drake 
University (Des Moines, la.), LL. B. ; 
Western Normal College, Preparatory ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1909 ; member of firm, Park- 
inson & Lane ; patent, trade mark and 
unfair competition practice. 



WILLIAM MANNHARDT 

Chicago 

Born May 18, 1876; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Chicago, University of Michigan, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1897 ; member 
(Treasurer) Lincoln Park Yacht Club, 
Chicago Lincoln Club, Lake View Lodge 
No. 774, A. F. & A. M.; Lincoln Park 
Chapter No. 177, R. A. M. ; real estate, 
chancery and probate practice ; Attorney 
for Swiss consulate. 



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ARTHUR MANNING 

Chicago 

Born Quincy, 111., July 4, 1890; graduate 
Northwestern University Law School, 
1912; admitted to Bar 1915; served as chief 
law record writer in office of Clerk of Cir- 
cuit Court, Cook Countv. 1913-17, and as 
Chief Examiner in charge of investigation 
of corporations, U. S. Internal Revenue 
Department, 1918-19; member K. C. ; en- 
gaged in practice of corporation law and 
federal tax matters. 



HARRY MARKHEIM 

Chicago 

Born .Aug. 31, 1891 ; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Pii. B., J. D. ; admitted to 
Bar 1913; general practice. 




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ALEXANDER H. MARSHALL 

Chicagq 

Born Dec. 17, 1892; graduate of North- 
western University, LL. B. ; Harvard Uni- 
versity; admitted to Bar 1914; married 
Miss Stella Lucile Berger, May 24, 1917, 
at Chicago ; general practice. 



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EDWARD MARSHALL 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 10, 1874; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1896; 
married Miss Grace M. Marshall, Sept. 18, 
1900, Carbon, Ind. ; member Fair Oaks No. 
1006, A. F. & A. M. ; general practice. 



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JOHN W. MARSHALL 

Chicago 

Born July 14, 1881 ; graduate of schools 
of Ontario, Illinois College of Law, LL. D. ; 
admitted to Bar 1909 ; married Miss Alice 
Gostlin, March 25, 1901, at Chicago; mem- 
ber Lodge No. 4, Elks ; I. O. O. F. ; Ham- 
ilton and Rotary Clubs ; Chicago Bar and 
Lawyers' Associations ; Association of 
Commerce ; corporation law and probate 
I)ractice. 



THOMAS BRUNTON MARSTON 

Chicago 

Born July 2, 1857, at St. Louis, Mo.; 
graduate Yale University, Chicago College 
of Law ; admitted to Bar 1881 ; married 
Miss Julia Dale Ewart, Oct. 22, 1896, at 
Chicago ; member University, Onwentsia, 
Caxton and Chicago Law Clubs ; American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associa- 
tions ; chancery and probate practice. 



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CHARLES MARTIN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 11, 1882; graduate Northern 
Illinois Normal College, B. S. ; Yale Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, Iowa 
1903, Illinois 1905 ; married Miss Martha 
M. Ives, Oct. 20, 1909. at Chicago; member 
Chicago Bar Association. 



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HORACE H. MARTIN 

Chicago 

Born Oiean, N. Y., Sept. 24, 1855; at- 
tended common schools Olean, N. Y. ; Ra- 
cine (Wis.) College, and Harvard Law 
School. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1880; mar- 
ried Miss Florence E. Durkee at Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1892 ; member American and Chicago 
Bar Associations ; Chicago Literary, Cax- 
ton. University', Ontwentsia and Law Clubs. 




MELLEN C. MARTIN 

Chicago 

Born Three Oaks, Mich., July 26, 1886; 
graduated University of Michigan, Literary 
Class 1910, Law Class 1912, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1912; married Clara True- 
blood. Ann Arbor, Mich., Aug. 22, 1914; 
member Union League, Olympia Fields 
Country, Congregational and Legal Clubs ; 
Theta Delta Chi ; engaged in general prac- 
tice, specializing in corporation and probate 
matters. 



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P. J. MARTIN 

Chicago 

Born Fel). 6, 1892; graduate of St. Philip's 
Cathedral College, St. Patrick's Commercial 
Academy, Loyola University, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1916; married April 17, 1918. 
at Chicago; member of Fraternal Order of 
Eagles, Knights of Columbus ; insurance, 
corporation, real estate and probate prac- 
tice ; Attorney and Manager for New Am- 
sterdam Casualty Co. 





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CHAUNCEY W. MARTYN . 

Chicago 

Born July 17, 1865, at Canton, N. Y. ; 
graduate of St. Lawrence University, B. S. ; 
Union College of Law (Northwestern Uni- 
versity), LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1890; 
member South Shore Country, Flossmoor 
Country, Law and University Clubs ; gen- 
eral counsel, Standard Oil Co. of Indiana. 



CHAUNCEY W. MARTYN 



FREDERICK Z. MARX 

Chicago 

Born April 23, 1876 ; graduate of Univer- 
sity School of Chicago ; Special Courses, 
Chicago University, LL. B. ; Lake Forest 
University; admitted to Bar 1897; married 
Miss Winifred G. Loesch, Oct. 22, 1903, at 
Chicago ; member Union League, Bob O' 
Link Golf and Law Clubs; Chicago, Illinois 
State and American Bar Associations; Chi- 
cago Association of Commerce ; Director, 
Citizens' Association of Chicago; member 
of firm, Butz, von Ammon & Marx. 



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WILLIAM E. MASON 

Chicago 

Born July 7, 1850, at Franklinville, N. Y. ; 
admitted to Bar 1872; married Edith White, 
at Des Moines, Iowa ; member both 
branches, Illinois Legislature, and both 
branches of Congress; member Hamilton 
Club, Masonic Lodges, K. P., I. O. O. P., 
Royal League ; general practice. 



WILLIAM E. MASON 



ROY MASSENA 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 30, 1881, in Marshall County, 
Indiana ; graduate of Wabash College, A. 
B. ; University of Chicago, J. D. ; admitted 
to Bar 1918; married Mabel Hoover, May 
15, 1907; City Attorney (Blue Island), May 
1, 1919, to date; Attorney, Board of Re- 
view, Cook County, Aug. 1, 1919, to date; 
member Delta Tau Delta, Phi Delta Phi 
and Phi Beta Kappa Fraternities; Masonic 
Lodge ; general practice. 




EDWIN F. MASTERSON 

Chicago 

Born at Watertown, Wis., 1850 ; attended 
Northwestern University (Lutheran) and 
University of Wisconsin ; admitted to Bar 
1878; married Miss Mary Mullen at Water- 
town, Wis., Oct. 19, 1882; member various 
organizations ; general practice. 



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LEE D. MATHIAS 

Chicago 

Born March 31, 1872, at Greencastle, Inch; 
graduate of De Pauw University, Ph. B., 
D. C. L.; admitted to Bar 1894; married 
Miss Anna Hayes, Nov. 26, 1912, at Den- 
ver; Assistant Corporation Counsel, 1911- 
1915; member of Chicago Athletic Associa- 
tion, Indiana Society, Evanston Golf and 
Iroquois Clubs. 





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CARL D. MATZ 
Chicago 



Born July 17, 1887; graduate of Williams 
College, A. B. ; Harvard Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1912; married Miss 
Anne Bremond, Oct. 5, 1918, at Austin, 
Texas; U. S. Army, 1917-1919; discharged 
as Captain, air service, aeronautics ; mem- 
ber University, City, Indian Hill and Ca- 
sino Clubs; Alpha Delta Phi, Phi Beta 
Kappa ; Chicago Bar Association ; Legal 
Club of Chicago ; general practice. 



LEE D. MATHIAS 

JUDD H. MATTHEWS 

Chicago 

Born Logansport, Ind., Jan. 25, 1876; 
graduate University of Michigan, LL. B., 
1901; admitted to Bar in Illinois 1901, In- 
diana 1898, Michigan 1901 ; married Miss 
Bessie M. Storms, July 15, 1903, at Ann 
Arbor, Mich. ; served as City Attorney, 
Blue Island, 111., 1911-17, and Attorney for 
Township of Worth, 1911 to 1917; member 
Chicago Association of Commerce, Chicago 
Bar Association, Chicago Law Institute, 
B. P. O. E., I. O. O. F., and M. W. W. ; 
engaged in general and corporation law 
practice. 




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ALBERT W. MAY 

Chicago 

Born in 1874, at La Crosse, Wis. ; gradu- 
ate of Washington University, St. Louis, 
Mo.; admitted to Bar 1894; married Miss 
Minnie Moss. 1911. at Chicago; U. S. Com- 
missioner ; Assistant Corporation Counsel, 
1912-1915; member Masons, Elks, Chicago 
Bar Association. 



ALBKRT W. MAY 



EDWIN B. MAYER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 26. 1888, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Brown University (Providence, R. L). 
Ph. B. ; University of Chicago Law School, 
J. D. ; admitted to Bar 1912; married Miss 
Anita Zeisler. June 1. 1915. at Chicago; 
Assistant to Director. Bureau of Exports, 
War Trade Board, 1917; Captain, U. S. A., 
1918; meml)er Masonic. Zeta Psi Fraternity, 
Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associations, 
Standard Club; corporation, reorganization, 
real estate, contract and probate practice 
and matters pertaining to Federal Govern- 
ment Departments. 




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JOHN H. McAULIFFE 

Chicago 

B(irn Dec. 20, 1888; graduate John Mar- 
sliall Law School. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1910; married Miss Margaret Cronin, Feb. 
19, 1912, at Chicago; Assistant Attorney 
for Sanitary District of Chicago. 1913 to 
date ; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Knights of Columbus. Colonial Club, Oak 
Park. 



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JOHN R. McCABE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 5, 1879, at Chicago ; graduate 
of St. Ignatius College; Lake Forest Uni- 
versity; admitted to Bar 1901 ; married Jan. 
12, 1918, at Chicago; City Clerk. City of 
Chicago, 1907-1909; City Fire Attorney, 
1918 to date. 





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ALBERT G. McCALEB 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 5, 1893, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Armour Institute of Technology, U. S. 
School of Aeronautics, U. S. School of 
Artillery Fire, Chicago-Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1916 ; mem- 
ber Masonic Orders. Delta Chi Fraternity, 
Intercollegiate Club ; patent, trade mark 
and copjright law. 



ALBERT G. M CALEB 



WILLIAM WALLACE McCALLUM 

Chicago 

Born March 15, 1883; graduate of Lake 
Forest University, Law Department, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1907; personal injury, 
interstate commerce. Federal Employers' 
Liability law. 




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EDWARD J. McCarthy, jr. 

Born June 13, 1895; graduate of DePaul 
University and Law School, A. B., LL. D. ; 
admitted to Bar 1917; member Phi Alpha 
Delta, Alpha Chi Fraternities ; general prac- 
tice. 



JOHN w. McCarthy 

Chicago 

Born May 15, 1890, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1913; member Chicago Bar 
Association, Knights of Columbus, Ameri- 
can Legion ; general practice. 





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JOHN WEBSTER McCARTHY 

Chicago 

Born Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 24, 1857; at- 
tended public grade and high schools and 
business college; admitted to Bar 1891; 
married Miss Bridget Talty, Fel)ruary, 
1889. at New Orleans, La. ; served as Su- 
pervisor and Mayor of Leniont, 111., also 
as City Attorney of Lemont, 1909-20; Rep- 
resentative, Illinois General Assembly, 
1917-1919; engaged in general law practice. 



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JOSEPH L. McCarthy 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111., Oct. 12, 1882 ; attended 
St. Ignatius College, DePaul University, 
A. B., A. M. ; Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1907 ; married Gertrude 
Gonzales, Chicago, 1912; engaged in gen- 
eral practice, specializing in real estate law. 



ALICE M. McCLANAHAN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 1, 1892 ; attended Lewis Insti 
tute, Chicago Kent College of Law ; admit- 
ted to Bar 1915 ; Attorney for Legal Aid 
Society, May. 1918; member Woman's Bar 
Association, Woman's City Club ; general 
practice. 



JAAIES S. McCLELLAN 

Chicago 

Admitted to Bar 1905 : member Hamilton 
Club, A. F. & A. M.. K. P., and Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations and 
Chicago Law Institute ; engaged as Secre- 
tary and Trust Officer of Fort Dearborn 
Trust and Savings Bank. 




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FREDERICK S. McCLORY 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 19, 1869, at Quincy, Mass.; 
admitted to Bar 1891. 



ALFRED E. McCORDIC 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 8, 1862, at Ontario, Canada ; 
graduate of Harvard Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1889; married Miss Jane 
Augusta Ladd, July 3, 1889, Windsor, 
Conn. ; President of Winnetka, 111. ; mem- 
ber Harvard Clubs of Chicago and New 
York, University and Law Clubs of Chi- 
cago; American, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations. 




ALFRED E. M CORDIC 



HOWARD H. McCORMICK 

Chicago 

Born June 23. 1886, at Chicago; attended 
Northwestern University and Loyola Uni- 
versity; admitted to Bar 1909; married 
PImily Mildred Lemke, June 28, 1916, at 
Chicago; member Birchwood Country and 
Lincoln Clubs. 



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JOHN V. McCORMICK 

Chicago 

Born July 24, 1891, Mineral Point, Wis.; 
graduate University of Wisconsin, A. B. ; 
University of Chicago, J. D. ; admitted to 
Bar 1916; member Chi Phi Fraternity, Irish 
Fellovv^ship Club ; general practice. 





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CHARLES H. McDERMOTT 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 22, 1882, at Kent, Ohio ; gradu- 
ate of Notre Dame, Indiana University, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1902; married 
Miss Lucy M. Murphy, Nov. 22, 1905, at 
Bloomington, Ind. ; City Attorney, West 
Frankfort, 111., 1904-1905 ; member of Chi- 
cago Bar Association, Lawyers' Association 
of Illinois, and other societies; insurance, 
corporation and probate practice. 



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CHARLES A. McDONALD 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 31, 1864; graduate of Valpa- 
raiso University. Kent College of Law ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1897 ; married Miss Emma 
Krehl, Dec. 11, 1884, at Rochelle, 111.; 
Judge, Superior Court, Cook County, 1910 
to date, except three years in Appellate 
Court, 1916-1919; member Chicago Athletic 
Association, Edgewater Beach Yacht Club ; 
Chairman, North Shore District, Boy 
Scouts of America, etc. 




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CHARLES J. McFADDEN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 4, 1884, at Joliet, 111.; gradu- 
ate of University of Michigan. LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1911; married Miss Har- 
riet S. Utter. Dec. 31. 1915, at Chicago; 
member of firm. Winston. Strawn & Shaw. 




CHARLES FOSTER McELROY 

Chicago 

Born April 26, 1876, near Red Willow, 
Nebr. ; graduate of Butler College, A. B. ; 
University of Chicago, A. M. ; Baldwin 
University, LL. B. ; University of Chicago 
Law School, J. D. ; admitted to Bar, Ohio 
1913, Illinois 1914; married Miss Cora C. 
Clarke, Aug. 4, 1913, at Edinburg, Ind.; 
member Chicago Bar Association ; Lakeside 
Lodge No. 450, I. O. O. P.; Secretary, 
University of Chicago Law School Associa- 
tion ; general practice ; general counsel for 
Printing Trades Credit Association; gen- 
eral counsel for Photo Engravers and Elec- 
trotypers Credit Bureau, Inc. 




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JAMES H. McFARLAND 

Chicago 

Born at Lincoln, Kans. ; graduate Lincoln 
High School, James Millikin Universitj% 
DePaul University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1912; married Miss Clara A. Fullen- 
wider, June 11, 1913, at El Dorado, Kans.; 
member Loyal Order of Moose, Ancient 
Order of United Workmen; corporation 
and real estate law. 



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JOHN P. McGOORTY 

Chicago 

Born Coiineaut, Ohio, Aug. 25, 1866; at- 
tended high schools. Lake Forest Univer- 
sity, LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1892; mar- 
ried Miss Mary E. Wiggins of Wichita, 
Kans., Nov. 30, 1893 (since deceased) ; 
member Illinois House of Representatives, 
1896-98, 1904-06; Democratic leader of 
House, 1899 ; introduced first municipal 
ownership bill ever introduced in United 
States, 1899; delegate to Chicago Charter 
convention ; delegate to first congress on 
uniform divorce laws, 1905; led fight re- 
sulting in enactment of gas regulation law, 
1905; elected Judge in Circuit Court, 1911; 
re-elected, 1915 ; assigned to Appellate 
Court, 1915-17; member Chicago Athletic 
Association (Director), Iroquois and Irish 
Fellowship Clubs, Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus ; American, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations and Lawyers' Association 
of Illinois. 





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CHARLES D. McGRATH 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 23. 1887, at Bloomington, 111. ; 
graduate of Illinois College of Law, Law 
Department, DePaijl University ; admitted 
to Bar 1912; contracts and mechanics' liens. 



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PHILIP H. McGRATH 

Chicago 

Born April 20, 1886, Macon County, 111. ; 
attended Loyola University, LL. B. ; James 
Millikin University, A. B.; admitted to Bar 
1913 ; unmarried ; member Tau Kappa Ep- 
silon Fraternity; general practice and real 
estate and probate law. 



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JOHN L. McINERNEY 

Chicago 

Fiorn Sept. 16, 1886; graduate of Chicago- 
Kent CoIlcKe of Law, LL. B.; admitted to 
Bar 1907; married Mrs. Agnes H. Jocelyn, 
Aug. 30, 1916, at Chicago; Assistant Cor- 
poration Counsel, Chicago, 1907-1912; mem- 
ber South Shore Country and Illinois Ath- 
letic Clubs. K. of C. ; local attorney for 
"Soo Line" since 1914. 



JAMES S. McIXEKXEY 

Chic.vco 

Born at Chicago ; educated parochial 
schools, Chicago-Kent College of Law; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1908; married Miss Rose M. 
Doonan, Jan. 29, 1896, at Chicago; City 
Prosecutor, 1911-1914; Clerk of Appellate 
Court since Dec. 8, 1914; member Chicago 
Bar and Lawyers' Associations of Illinois; 
Catholic Order of Foresters, Irish Fellow- 
ship Club; general practice. 




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BUELL McKEEVER 

Chic.xgo 

Born Sept. 2, 1872; ..graduate of Yale 
Academic. A. B. ; Kent College of Law, 
LL. B.: Harvard School (Chicago), pre- 
paratory for college; admitted to Bar 18%; 
member Chicago, University, Mid-Day, 
Casino, South Shore Country and Legal 
Clul)s ; corporation law ; member of firm of 
Isham. Lincoln & Beale. 



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PHILIP J. McKENNA 

Chicago 

Born at Foynes, Limerick, Ireland ; grad- 
uate of Queen's College, Cork, Ireland, 
B. A.; admitted to Bar 1899; married Miss 
Joanna E. Richardson, Feb. 14, 1888, at 
Escanaba, Mich. ; member Knights of Co- 
lumbus, Catholic Order of Foresters, Chi- 
cago Bar Association. 





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WILLIAM C. McKENNA 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 2, 1886, at Plainfield, 111.; 
graduate of St. Viator College, A. M. 
(Bourbonnais, 111.) ; Loyola University, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1910; married Miss 
Mary Devan, Feb. 18, 1914, at Chicago ; 
member Union League Club, Knights of 
Columbus, Elks, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations ; member of firm, Cum- 
mins, Roemer, Flynn & McKenna. 



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GEORGE B. McKIBBIN 
Chic.\go 



Born April 26, 1888 ; graduate Iowa Wes- 
leyan College, A. B. ; University of Chicago, 
T.'D. ; admitted to Bar 1913; married Miss 
Helen Sunny, Nov. 11, 1916, at Chicago; 
member Flossmoor Country and Union 
League Clubs, Chicago Bar Association ; 
general practice. 



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ARCHIBALD A. McKINLEY 
Chicago 
Born Dec. 16, 1871, at Postville, la.; 
graduate of University of Iowa, Ph. B. ; 
Lake Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1899; married Miss Alice B. Touhy, 
Aug. 28, 1901, at Rogers Park, 111.; Counsel 
of Insurance Department of State of Illi- 
nois, 1912-1915; member Illinois Athletic, 
Westmoreland Country, Iroquois and Old 
Colony Clubs, Knights of Columbus, Elks, 
Chicago, Illinois State and American Bar 
Associations; President, Western Alliance 
Insurance Co.; insurance and corporation 
law. 




DONALD S. McKINLAY 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 15, 1887, at Chicago; educated 
Sherwood grammar and Englewood high; 
graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1910; married 
Miss Frances Wielenberg, June 27, 1914, 
at Chicago; member Delta Chi Legal Fra- 
ternity. 




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M. L. McKINLEY 

Chicago 

Born 1878 ; graduate Decorah Institute, 
State University of Iowa; admitted to Bar 
1898; member General Assembly of Illinois, 
4905-1909; Chicago Civil Service Commis- 
sion, 1907-1911; Secretary, Chicago Charter 
Convention. 1911; Judge, Superior Court, 
1911 to date; member Glenview Golf, Iro- 
quois and Illinois Athletic Clubs. 



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WILLIAM McKINLEY 

Chicago 

Born June 1, 1879; graduate of Iowa 
State Normal School, Chicago Kent College 
of Law; admitted to Bar 1907; married 
Miss Katherine Riley, Nov. 26, 1913, at 
Chicago; speaker, House of Representatives, 
Illinois, 1913-1914; member 48th General 
Assembly, 1913-1914; Commissioner Pan- 
ama-Pacific Exposition, 1915; member Effi- 
ciency and Economy, State of Illinois, 1913- 
1915 ; member Knights of Columbus ; 
general practice. 




A. A. McLaughlin 

Chicago 

Born May 13, 1868; graduate of Iowa 
State College, B. S. ; University of Michi- 
gan, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, Michigan 
and Iowa 1892, Nebraska 1912, Illinois 
1918; married Miss Sadie Bennetto, Dec. 
23, 1895, at Williams, Iowa; member Union 
League and New Evanston Golf Clubs; 
Assistant General Solicitor, C. & N. W. 
Ry. Co. 



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ARNOLD D. McMAHON 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago ; graduate of St. Ignatius 
College, A. B., A. M. ; Illinois College of 
Law, LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1906; Dean, 
Law Department, Loyola University; mem- 
ber of firm, McMahon, Graber & Elward ; 
general practice. 




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GEORGE McMAHOX 

Chicago 

Born at Dubuque, Iowa ; graduate of 
Bayless College, Chicago-Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1902; mar- 
ried Miss Blanche M. Burke, 1912, at Chi- 
cago ; Assistant Corporation Counsel, City 
of Chicago, 1911-1915; member Knights of 
Columbus, Ancient Order of Hibernians, 
Royal League ; real estate, probate and 
patents. 



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JAMES E. McSHAXE 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago; graduate of Cathedral 
College, Loyola University ; admitted to 
Bar 1916; married Miss Grace E. Finnegan, 
Nov. 25, 1916, at Chicago; Assistant State's 
Attorney, Cook County, 1918 to date ; mem- 
ber Irish Fellowship Clul) ; general practice. 



LEONORA Z. MEDER 

Chicago 

Born May 22, 1870. at Wayside, Ky. ; 
graduate of Stewart's Female College. A. 
B. ; Chicago Law School. LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, Kentucky 1894. Illinois 1914; 
widow ; President, Social Service Associa- 
tion. 1906-1908; President, Protectorate, 
1912-1913; Commissioner Public Welfare, 
1914-1915; member Political Equality 
League, Social Service Club; personal in- 
jury practice. 



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WILLIS MELVILLE 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 1, 1869, at Madison, Wis.; 
educated Madison (Wis.) High School, 
Chicago College of Law, Department of 
Lake Forest University ; admitted to Bar 
June 13, 1892; married Miss Lillian Smith, 
March 26, 1894, at Waukesha, Wis. ; Attor- 
ney for Brookfield, Cook County, 18 years ; 
Police Magistrate, 18 years ; member Ham- 
ilton Club, all Masonic bodies, Odd Fellows 
and Sons of Veterans, and Second I. N. G. 
Vet. Corps; civil, corporation and municipal 
practice. 




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RALPH MERRIAM 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 30, 1880; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Ph. B. ; University of 
Chicago Law School; admitted to Bar 1910; 
married Miss Ida Eleanor Carothers, Aug. 
1, 1907, at Wheaton, 111. ; member Sigma 
Alpha Epsilon Fraternity; author of 
"Claims Between Shippers and Carriers" ; 
general practice, with special attention to 
public utilities and transportation matters ; 
extensive practice before Interstate Com- 
merce Commission and the State Commis- 
sions. 




WILLIS MELVILLE 

MORTON A. MERGENTHEIM 

Chicago 

Born July 1, 1877. at Fort Wayne, Ind.; 
graduate of University of Chicago. A. B., 
A. M.; Northwestern University. LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1903 ; married Miss Rose 
Heymann, of Oshkosh, Wis., Oct. 24, 1910, 
at Chicago ; Chief Assistant City Attorney 
of Chicago, 1911-1915; member Iroquois 
Club (Vice-President, 1909-1912). Covenant 
Club of Chicago (President 1917), North- 
moor Country Club, Indiana Society of 
Chicago, Chicago Society of Advocates; 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations ; corporation, reorganization 
and general practice. 




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ROY C. MERRICK 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 3, 1876, at Elburn, 111. ; gradu- 
ate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1902; married Miss 
Edna M. Pouley, June, 1904; member A. F. 
& A. M., Hamilton Club, M. W. A., Chi- 
cago and Illinois State Bar Associations; 
member of firm, Poulton, Green & Merrick. 



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ABRAHAM MEYER 

Chicago 

Born July 27, 1871, at Chicago; graduate 
of Yale University, B. A. ; Chicago College 
of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1896; 
member Chicago, Illinois State and Ameri- 
can Bar Associations ; Chicago Automobile, 
Lake Shore Country and Standard Clubs. 




GEORGE H. MEYER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 30, 1875; admitted to Bar 
1904; member Hamilton Club; Chicago, Illi- 
nois State and American Bar Associations; 
Golden Rule Lodge, A. F. & A. M. ; Past 
Chancellor, Knights of Pythias; honorary 
member, Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity; 
President, Webster College of Law ; gen- 
eral civil practice ; since 1908 has devoted 
considerable time to lecturing and writing 
in law. 



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SIDNEY B. MEYER 

Chicago 

Born April 13. 1879, at Quincy, 111.; 
graduate of Northwestern University, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1901 ; married June 22, 
1910, at Chicago; member Constellation 
Lodge No. 892, A. F. & A. M. ; K. P. ; Chi- 
cago Lodge No. 4, B. P. O. E. ; Elks Club ; 
North American Union ; Chicago Bar As- 
sociation ; Lawyers' Association of Illinois; 
Trustee, Emanuel Congregation. 





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WALTER W. L. MEYER 

Chicago 

Born June 23, 1892; graduate Armour 
Scientific Academy, University of Illinois, 
Northwestern University Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1915; married Miss 
Louise Wilkin, June 27, 1917, at Oak Park, 
111.; Assistant State's Attorney, 1915-1918; 
member Chicago Bar Association, Iroquois 
and Chicago Motor Clubs. Northwestern 
University Alumni Association, U. C. T., 
National Geographic Society, Pi Alpha 
Fraternity; general practice. 



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CASIMIR E. MIDOWICZ 

Chicago 

Born July 1, 1896, at Redding (Shasta 
County), Calif.; graduate of University of 
Chicago, Northwestern University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1918; member Phoenix, 
Chicago Bar Association, Chicago Law In- 
stitute; general practice. 




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FRANK P. MIES 

Chicago 

Born April 26, 1873 ; graduate Northwest- 
ern College of Liberal Arts, Harvard Law 
School, Northwestern Law School, B. S., 
LL. B. : admitted to Bar 1906; married Miss 
Mary Griffin, June 27, 1906, at Yutan, Neb.; 
member Phi Beta Kappa, Order of Coif; 
general practice except criminal. 



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M. A. MILKEWITCH 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 22. 1886, in Poland ; graduate 
of University High School, University of 
Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1914; married Miss Jennie E. Cohen, 
Nov. 3, 1914. at Chicago; member Ancient 
Craft Lodge No. 907, A. F. & A. M. 




CHAUNCEY M. MILLAR 

Chuwgo 

Admitted to Bar 1887; Assistant Attor- 
ney. Board of Education, Chicago, 1915- 
1919; member Hamilton Club, Englewood 
Masonic Lodge and Chapter; corporation 
law and general practice. 



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ALBERT GRAi\T MILLER 

Chicago 

Born at Mazoii, 111. ; attended University 
of Chicago; graduate of Northwestern Uni- 
versity, LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1904; 
member Kenwood Lodge No. 800, A. F. & 
A. M. ; University Club; Second Lieutenant, 
Field Artillery; served with 122nd Field 
Artillery. 




GEORGE W. MILLER 

Chicago 

Born on farm near Gilman, 111., Jan. 12, 
1869; attended Union College of Law, Chi- 
cago, and Columbian University Law De- 
partment, Washington, D. C, LL. B. ; mar- 
ried Carrie E. Sproule, Aug. 4, 1892. at 
Chicago ; Master in Chancery, Superior 
Court, Cook County, 1897 ; member Illinois 
House of Representatives, 39th and 40th 
General Assemblies ; First Assistant Corpo- 
ration Counsel, 1907 ; member Hamilton 
(ex-President), Mid-Day and Chicago Golf 
Clubs, A. F. & A. M., K. P., and Royal 
League. 



GEORGE W. MILLER 



HENRY G. MILLER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 7, 1871 ; graduated Yale Uni- 
versity, A. B.; admitted to Bar 1899; mem- 
ber Bar Association, Law, Legal, Univer- 
sity (Chicago) and Skokie Golf Clubs; 
member of firm. Whitman & Miller; gen- 
eral practice. 



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JOHN S. MILLER 

Chicago 

Born May 24, 1847; graduate St. Law- 
rence University, A. B., A. M., LL. D. ; 
admitted to Bar, New York 1870, Illinois 
1874; married Miss Ann Gross, Dec. 15, 
1887, at Chicago; Corporation Counsel, 
1891-1893; member Board of Education, 
1895-1897; memi)er University, Chicago, 
Union League, Hamilton, City, Onvventsia 
and Old Elm Clubs ; general practice. 



JOHN S. MILLER, JR. 
Chicago 



Born Nov. 8, 1888; graduate of Harvard 
College, A. B. ; Harvard Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar 1914; married Miss 
Judith D. Barker, June 29, 1911, at King- 
ston, Mass.; Police Magistrate, 1915; Presi- 
dent, Village of Winneti:a, 1919; Major, 
Field Artillery, U. S. A., 1917-1919; mem- 
ber City and University Clubs; engaged in 
general practice. 




MORRIS MILLER 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 5, 1895, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago-Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1917; member Blackstone 
Chapter. Phi Delta Alpha ; Fortitude Lodge 
No. 1003. A. F. & A. M.; Ramah Lodge, 
J. O. B. B. ; member of firm. Miller & Fein; 
in military service overseas, 1918-1919; gen- 
eral practice. 



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LeROY AlILLNER 



Chicago 

Born at Wheaton, III. ; graduate of Jen- 
nings Seminary (Aurora, 111.). Kent Col- 
lege of Law; admitted to Bar 1896; mar- 
ried Miss Myra B. Porter, 1894, at Wheaton, 
111.; Assistant Attorney General, 1917 to 
date ; Inheritance Tax Attorney. Cook 
County, 1917 to present; member Hamilton 
Club ; Chicago, Illinois State and American 
Bar Associations ; Loyal Order of Moose, 
W. O. W. ; general practice. 




WILLIAM S. MILLER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 27, 1873 ; graduate of Chicago 
Manuxl Training School, University School, 
Yale University, Northwestern University 
Law School ; admitted to Bar 1899 ; mar- 
ried Miss Susan T. Whipple, at Winona, 
Minn., 1904 (died 1911) ; married Mary P. 
Wilde in 1913; member of University, Sad- 
dle & Cycle, Iroquois, and Legal Clubs ; 
Chicago, and Illinois State Bar Associa- 
tions ; Attorney for Northern Trust Co. for 
last 18 years. 




ANDREW H. MILLS 



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ANDREW H. MILLS 

Decatur 

Born Oct. 6, 1851, near Magnolia, 111.; 
graduate of Lincoln University (Lincoln, 
111.), A. B., A. M.; admitted to Bar 1881; 
married Miss Elizabeth E. Bell, January, 
1877, at Lincoln, 111. ; Assistant City Attor- 
ney, 6 years ; Assistant State's Attorney, 12 
years, under brother, Isaac R. Mills (de- 
ceased) ; member Decatur City Club ; Presi- 
dent, Decatur Bar Association ; general 
practice, chancery, probate and drainage, 
specially. 



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MATTHEW MILLS 
Chicago 

Born Auk. 30, 1877, at Chicago; graduate 
Yale University, A. B. ; Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1903; member Illinois Legislature, 
1907-1911; Assistant Attorney General and 
Counsel for Public Utilities Commission of 
Illinois, 1916 to date; member Law, Uni- 
versity, 25th Ward Republican Clubs, Scroll 
and Key Society, Psi Upsilon ; cases before 
Public Utilities Commission and Interstate 
•Commerce Commission, and public utility 
cases in state and federal courts. 



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JULIUS H. MINER 

Chicago 

Born May 25, 1896; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law. LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1917; meml)cr John Paul Jones Lodge 
No. 1013. A. V. & A. M.; Associated Jewish 
Charities : general practice. 





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EDGAR DAVIDSON MOHAN 

Chicago 

Born July 22, 1871. at Anderson. Ind.; 
graduate of Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1899; married Miss Gwen- 
doline Siegfried, Jan. 30, 1899, at Chicago; 
real estate law. 



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GEORGE H. MOLONEY 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 15, 1885, at Kenosha, Wis.; 
graduate of St. Patrick's Academy, Chicago 
Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar 
1911 ; married Miss Imogene F. Hyde, April 
22, 1912, at Chicago ; insurance law and 
workmen's compensation law. 




THOMAS F. MOXAHAX 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 16, 1863, Ann Arbor, Mich.; 
educated public .schools, high school, Athe- 
naeum, Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar Oct. 8, 1890; married Miss 
Kathryn Gabrielson, Feb. 4, 1894, at Chi- 
cago, 111. ; member Royal League, Ben Hur, 
Foresters ; general practice. 



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JOHN ROGERSON MONTGOMERY 

Chicago 

Born March 8, 1866, in Chicago ; graduate 
of Beloit College, A. B. ; Union College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1889; mem- 
ber American, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations ; Law, University, Union 
League, Congregational, Loyal Legion and 
Cit\' Clubs ; general practice. 




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WILL CORNELIUS MOODY 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 30, 1873, in South Hannibal, 
N. Y. ; graduate of Albion (Mich.) Col- 
lege, University of Michigan, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1900; married Miss Nina L. 
Nel.son, June 8, 1910, at Whitehall, Mich.; 
.Assistant City Prosecutor, Chicago, Janu- 
ary to December, 1910; Assistant Corpora- 
tion Counsel. Chicago, December, 1910, to 
July 11, 1911; Assistant Attorney General, 
Illinois, January, 1910, to date; general 
practice, largely corporation, real estate and 
probate. 



SAMUEL J. MORAN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 5, 1885 ; graduate of Chicago- 
Kent College of Law, LL. M., LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1910; married Miss Lillian 
Rose Burns. Nov. 19, 1910, at Chicago; 
member K. of C., Elks, Iroquois Club; 
corporation law. 




SAMUEL J. MORAN 



CLAIR E. MORE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 20, 1862, at Buckingham, Pa. ; 
graduate of University o£ Michigan, Union 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1885; 
married Gertrude A. Houston, Oct. 30, 1913, 
at Chicago ; member Union League Club, 
Olympia Lodge, A. F. & A. M. ; Attorney 
for His Britannic Majesty's Consul Gen- 
eral, Chicago, for last 15 years ; Attorney 
for National Implement and V^ehicle Asso- 
ciation since 1902. 



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MAURICE J. MORIARTY 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 20, 1884; graduate of Chicago 
Law School, LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1909; 
Hamilton Club (Chairman of its National 
Legislation for 2 years), Beverly Country 
Club, The Medievalists, Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation, Law^ Institute, Knights of Colum- 
bus ; general and corporation practice ; spe- 
cial lecturer in sociology department, Loyola 
University. 




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HENRY C. MORRIS 
Chicago 
Born April 18, 1868, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Lombard College (Galesburg, 111.), A. 
B., A. M.; Buchtel College (Akron, Ohio), 
honorary A. M. ; Chicago College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1889 ; married Miss 
Grace Aluhlenberg Hills, Sept. 10, 1917, at 
Washington, D. C. ; U. S. Consul at 
Ghent, Belgium, 1893-1898; Secretary to 
Chief Justice M. W. Fuller in arbitration 
before International Permanent Court at 
The Hague, 1905 ; member American, Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Associations : 
American Historical Society, American 
Peace Society, American Political Science 
Association, Hamilton Club, Alliance Fran- 
gaise of Chicago; President, Chicago Peace 
Society; author, "History of Colonization" 
(Macmillan), "History of First National 
Bank of Chicago." 



JOHN W. MORSBACH 

Chicago 

Born Alay 15, 1875, at Windsor, Ohio; 
graduate of Chicago Athenaeum, Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Chicago Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1899; mar- 
ried Miss Mae Schlesinger, July, 1904, at 
Chicago ; member Oriental Lodge, A. F. & 
A. M. ; New Chicago Lodge, I. O. O. F. ; 
Chicago Law Institute ; Director, Secretary 
and Counsel of several corporations ; gen- 
eral practice and corporation law. 




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MEYER MORTON 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 20, 1889, at Chicago; graduate 
of Ferris Institute (Big Rapids, Mich.), 
University of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1912; member of Intercollegiate 
Club; Blaney Lodge No. 271, A. F. & A. M.; 
civil, commercial and corporation law. 



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JULIUS MOSES 
Chic.'\go 



Born .Ai)ril 9. 1872; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan. Ph. B. ; Chicago-Kent 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1895; married Miss Amy B. Cahn, June 4, 
1903. at Chicago; member Illinois Athletic 
Club. Kavisloe Country Club; lectures on 
bankruptcy law, Kent College of Law ; mem- 
ber of firm, Moses, Rosenthal & Kennedy. 





JULIUS MOSES 



WALTER E. MOSS 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 16, 1880, at Guthrie Center, 
Iowa; graduate Iowa State Teachers' Col- 
lege, B. D. I. ; Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1911; married Daisy D. 
Hougham, Panora, Iowa, Oct. 6. 1909; As- 
sistant County Attorney, 1913-1914; Assist- 
ant City Prosecutor. 1918 to date; member 
Masons, Hawkeye Club, Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation, Chicago Law Institute ; corporation, 
real estate, probate and commercial prac- 
tice. 



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WILLIAM R. MOSS 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 3, 1867, at Maple Rapids, 
Mich.; attended Michigan State Normal 
College, University of Michigan ; admitted 
to Bar 1899; Attorney for Village of Oak 
Park, 1911-1913; member University, Union 
League, Oak Park, Oak Park Country and 
Traffic Clubs ; Chicago Association of Com- 
merce ; general practice. 




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JAMES WILLIAM MRAZ 
Chicago 

Born Feb. 20, 1890, at Chicago; graduate 
of business college, Illinois College of Law, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1912; also admitted 
to U. S. District and Circuit Court of Ap- 
peals ; married Miss Anna Brouk. May 6, 
1915, at Chicago ; member Order of Colum- 
bus Circle (Tabor Lodge No. 59), White 
Feather Indian Club, Merigold Tax Payers' 
Association, Chicago and Illinois State Bar 
Associations. Lawyers' Association of Illi- 
nois, Bohemian Lawyers' Association of 
Chicago, Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity, 
Warvelle Senate ; practice in all courts, 
common law, chancery, corporation, real 
estate and probate practice. 



WILLIAM B. AlOULTON 

Chicago 

Born March 28, 1871, at Bloomington, 
111. ; attended Harvard Law School ; gradu- 
ate of Harvard University, A. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1895 ; married Miss Alice O'Grady, 
July 22, 1914, at Stratford, Ont. ; President, 
Illinois Civil Service Commission, 1905- 
1911 ; member Union League, Chicago Legal 
and City Clubs. Chicago Bar Association ; 
corporation and real estate law. 




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EDMOND L. MULCAHY 
Chicago 



C. W. MULFINGER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 27, 1889, at Champaign, III.; 
graduated University of Illinois, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1913; married Miss Rose 
Rae Kruarer, Sept. 21, 1918, at Chicago; 
member Olympia No. 864, A. F. & A. M. ; 
general practice. 




HAROLD O. MULKS 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 17, 1886, at Darien, Wis.; 
graduate of Chicago Law School ; admitted 
to Bar 1914; married Miss Dora Hassebach, 
Sept. 2, 1911, at New York City; member 
Masonic Order, Lawyers' Association of 
Illinois, Chicago Bar Association ; general 
practice. 



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TIMOTHY FRANCIS MULLEN 
Chicago 

Born April 8, 1868, at Aurora, 111. ; grad- 
uate St. Francis Solanus College (Quincy), 
A. M. ; Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1891 ; married Miss Caro- 
line Lachner, Jan. 7, 1903, at Baker, Ore. ; 
First Assistant Counsel, State Public Utili- 
ties Commission, Illinois, 1915 ; Assistant 
Attorney General, Illinois, 1916; member 
Iroquois Club, Knights of Columbus, Chi- 
cago and Illinois State Bar Associations, 
Chicago Law Institute ; general civil prac- 
tice, with special attention to public utility 
law. 





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GEORGE F. MULLIGAN 

Chicago 

Born at Rochester, N. Y. ; graduate of 
St. Louis University, A. B., M. A.; Wash- 
ington University (St. Louis), LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1894; married Miss Anatolia 
J. Killeen, Nov. 25, 1897, at Chicago; As- 
sistant City Attorney, 1899-1902; Assist- 
ant Corporation Counsel, 1906 ; Assistant 
City Attorney, 1911-1913; Assistant Attor- 
ney, Sanitary District of Chicago, 1915- 
1919; member various clubs and fraternal 
organizations ; decorated by U. S. Govern- 
ment for services as Speaker and Lecturer 
in Liberty Loan and Patriotic Educational 
work during World War ; general practice, 
largely trial of cases. 



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FAYETTE S. MUNRO 

Chicago 

Born June 8. 1874, at Camillus, N. Y. ; 
graduate of Colgate University, A. B. ; 
Harvard, LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1900; 
married Miss Victoria Lowe, July 24, 1900, 
at Chicago; member General Assembly, 
lower House, 1913-1915; member Royal 
Arcanum, City Club of Chicago; general 
practice. 



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robp:rt f. munsell 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 28, 1874, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago College of Law; admitted to 
Bar 1897; member Chicago Bar Association. 



ROBKRT K. MUNSELL 



FRANK B. MURRAY 

Chicago 

Born Philadelphia, Pa., 1872; attended 
Lake Forest University; LL. B., Chicago 
College of Law; admitted to Bar 1899; 
married Miss Winifred M. McCoy at Chi- 
cago. III. ; City Prosecutor during Dunne 
administration ; general practice, specializ- 
ing in probate matters. 




JOHN T. MURRAY 

Chicago 

Born June 3, 1871 ; attended Annunciation 
School, Chicago College of Law ; admitted 
to Bar 1895; married Miss Sarah Helen 
Scully, Dec. 30, 1896. at Chicago : meml)er 
Knights of Columbus ; general practice. 



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SIDNEY CHARLES MURRAY 

Chicago 

Born July 4, 1885 ; graduate of Yale Uni- 
versity, Ph. B. ; Northwestern University 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1910; 
member Yale (New York) and University 
(Chicago) Clubs, Chicago and American 
Bar Associations ; member of firm, Glen- 
non, Cary & Walker; represent several 
railroads and corporations. 



THOMAS H. MURRAY 

Chicago 

Born July 12, 1885, at Chicago ; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1909 ; married Miss Edna 
Little, June 6, 1910, at Chicago ; member 
Knights of Columbus ; defending actions 
against insurance companies, workmen's 
compensation and accident insurance. 



THOMAS D. NASH 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 2, 1886; graduate of Loyola 
University, A. B. ; Illinois College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1909; married 
Loretta McGovern. April 30, 1919, at Chi- 
cago; Alderman, Third Ward, 1913-1915. 



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MAURICE J. NATHANSON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 1, 1896; graduate of John Mar- 
shall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 
1919; served in U. S. Army, 1918-1919; 
member of Phi Delta Alpha Fraternity, 
Y. M. H. A., Y. M. J. C, J. M. S. H. W.; 
Associate Editor, U. S. War Veteran News- 
paper; general practice. 



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WILLIAM XAVIGATO 

Chicago 

Horn Aug. 11. 1876. at Chicago; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School and North- 
western University. M. D. ; admitted to Bar 
1907; married Miss Minnie Ciminello, Feb. 
19, 1908, at Chicago; member Illinois Legis- 
lature. 45th General Assembly. 1907-1908; 
Assistant City Prosec^utor, 1911-1916; mem- 
ber Knights of Columbus; general practice. 





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LELAND KENDRICK NEEVES 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 3, 1889; attended Amherst 
College, University of Michigan Law 
School; admitted to Bar 1910; married Miss 
Katharine Evans Houston at Evanston, 111., 
March 2, 1918; member Psi Upsilon Fra- 
ternity and Evanston Country Club ; general 
practice. 



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BYRON A. NELSON 

Chicago 

Born April 20, 1880, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Lewis Institute and John Marshall Law 
School; admitted to Bar 1912; married Mrs. 
Otillia Vogler, Chicago; Justice of the 
Peace, 1917-1919; member Royal Arcanum, 





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SHELLEY B. NELTNOR 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 18, 1873, at West Chicago, 111. ; 
graduate of Wheaton College, Chicago- 
Kent College of Law, LL. B., Illinois Col- 
lege of Law, D. C. L., Oscalusa College, 
LL. D. ; admitted to. bar, 1899; member 
Press and Iroquois Clubs, Phi Alpha Delta 
Law Fraternity, Chicago Bar Assn. ; mem- 
ber Illinois State Reserve Militia. 



SHELLEY B. NELTNOR 



CLAUDE O. NETHERTON 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 2, 1884; graduate of University 
of Indiana, A. B. ; University of Chicago 
Law School, J. D. ; admitted to bar, 1909; 
member University Club of Chicago. 




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GUSTAVE NEUBERG 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 3, 1886. at Chicago ; graduate 
of University of Michigan; admitted to 
bar, 1908; bachelor; member Lincoln Park 
Chapter. K. A. M.; Sincerity Lodge. A. F. & 
A. AL; general, real estate and mortgage 
practice. 




ROSS DE WITT NETHERTON 

Chicago 

Born July 20, 1886; graduate University 
of Chicago, Ph. B., University of Chicago 
Law School, J. D. ; admitted to bar, 1916; 
married Miss Orra C. Faxon, Sept. 4, 1915, 
at Lyons. Mich ; Assistant Attorney General 
of Illinois, Inheritance Tax Dept., Feb. 1, 
1917, to July 5, 1917; member Beta Theta 
Pi Fraternity (Indiana University) Phi 
Delta Phi Law Fraternity (University of 
Chicago) ; associated with Winston, Strawn 
& Shaw ; general practice, but principally 
trial work. 




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GUSTAVE NEUBERG 



PAUL A. NEUFFER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 29, 1876; graduate of Chicago 
Law School and private tutors ; admitted 
to Bar 1901 ; married Miss Hattre C. Olsch- 
ncr. April 16, 1902, at Chicago; member 
Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associations, 
Hamilton and American Unity Clubs, Art 
Institute of Chicago; Pleiades Lodge No. 
478. A. F. & A. M. ; Wiley M. Egan Chap- 
ter No. 126, R. A. M. ; Oriental Consistory, 
A. A. S. R., Valley of Chicago, Medinah 
Temple, A. A. O. N. M. S., National Geo- 
graphic Society; corporation and real estate 
law. 



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WILLIAM S. NEWBURGER 

Chicago 

Born May 25, 1870 ; attended Northwest- 
ern University ; graduated same school ; 
admitted to Bar 1893; married Mary 
Cronin ; Mason ; general practice. 



MORTIMER M. NEWFIELD 

Chicago 

Born May 3, 1893 ; attended Chicago- 
Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar 
1914; unmarried; member Niagara Lodge 
No. 992, A. F. & A. M. ; general practice. 



HENRY C. NICHOLS 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 9, 1890; graduate of Chicago- 
Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar 
1916; member Siloam Lodge 780, A. F. & 
A. M. : Palatine Chapter, R. A. M. ; Na- 
tional Union ; associated with Miller, Starr, 
Brown, Packard & Peckham ; general prac- 
tice. 



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WARREN NICHOLS 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago; graduate of Northwest- 
ern University, Kent College of Law; mem- 
ber South Shore Country Club, Loyal Le- 
gion, Chicago and American Bar Associa- 
tions, Rocky Mountain Club of New York; 
member of firm, Goodrich, Vincent & 
Bradley. 



WARREN' NICHOLS 



JOHN R. NICHOLSON 

Chicago 

Born March 9, 1887, at Virden, 111.; 
graduate of .Amherst College, University 
of Michigan Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1916; member Chicago and Illinois 
State Bar Associations ; general practice. 





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ROBERT J. NORDHOLD 

Chicago 

Born July 28, 1884; graduate of North- 
western University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar 1906; married Mabel Mueller. Sept. 8, 
1917, at Chicago; member Hamilton Club, 
Masonic, Shrine, Consistory and Golden 
Rule. 



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SAMUEL J. NORDORF 

Chicago 

Born June 14, 1879; graduate of Chi- 
cago-Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1910; married Miss Mabel Miller, 
Jan. 9, 1906, at Chicago ; member Chicago 
Bar Association ; Wilmette No. 931, A. F. 
& A. M. ; general practice. 




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D. J. NORMOYLE 

JOHN ELDRIDGE NORTHUP 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 28, 1868, in Marshall County, 
Iowa; graduate of Drake University (Des 
Moines, la.), A. B. ; Illinois College of 
Law, LL. B. ; University of Chicago ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1899; married Miss Elizabeth 
Chisholm. Dec. 26. 1894, at Chisholm, Iowa ; 
Assistant State's Attorney, 1906-1912; Spe- 
cial State's Attorney, Cook County, 1913- 
1914; member Masonic Orders, I. O. O. F., 
Royal League, North American Union, 
Sons of Veterans, Glen Oak Country Club, 
Presbyterian Church ; general practice and 
trial work, civil and criminal. 




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SAMUEL J. NORDORF 

D. J. NORMOYLE 
Chicago 
Born Sept. 6, 1876, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Chicago Athenaeum, Central Depart- 
ment Y. M. C. A., Chicago College of Law, 
Lake Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar 1901 ; married Miss Mary F. Bren- 
nan, June, 1903, at Chicago; Assistant Cor- 
poration Counsel, City of Chicago, 1911- 
1912; President, Illinois State Board of 
Arbitration, 1913; Chicago Counsel, Illinois 
State Public Utility Commission, 1914; 
member Beverly Country Club, Chicago 
Law Institute, Chicago and Illinois State 
Bar Associations, Lawyers' Association of 
Illinois, Illinois State Historical Society, 
Knights of Columbus, Order of Alhambra ; 
chancery, corporation, commercial probate 
and general civil practice. 




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SAMUEL WILBER NORTON 

Chicago 

Born Allen, Mich., Jan. 15, 1857; attended 
Hillsdale College, A. B. ; University of 
Michigan, Ph. D. ; admitted to Bar, Iowa 
1887, Illinois 1893; married Miss Alice 
Sabra Caldwell at Pentwater, Mich., Aug. 
16, 1900; member Kappa and Delta Chap- 
ters, Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. 



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CHARLES W. NOVAK 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 8, 1870; attended Iowa City 
Academy, Law Department, University of 
Iowa, and Chicago-Kent College of Law ; 
admitted to Bar 1894; married Miss Lillie 
Horak, Nov. 7, 1897. at Cedar Rapids; real 
estate expert for Sanitary District of Chi- 
cago Calumet Channel, 18%; member 
Knights of Pythias; Director, Cook County 
Real Estate Board ; National Union, North 
American Union and many local associa- 
tions and civic clubs ; real estate titles, 
banking and probate practice. 





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CHARLES W. NOVAK 



FRANK H. NOVAK 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 26, 1863. at Iowa City. Iowa ; 
graduate of Iowa City Academj^ and State 
University of Iowa ; admitted to Bar 1889 ; 
married Miss Nellie M. Burke, April 6, 
1890, at Iowa City. la. (died Sept. 3, 1903) ; 
married Mrs. Telona Mathew Mehan, Feb. 
8, 1917; member Iroquois Cjub, Knights of 
Pjihias. National Union. North American 
Union ; general practice, principally real 
estate and personal injury. 



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GILBERT NOXON 

Chicago 

Born June 3, 1879, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar 1900; married Miss Lena 
Press, June, 1905, at Chicago; member 
Press and Hamilton Clubs, Chicago Bar 
Association, Chicago Law Institute ; mem- 
ber firm. Miller, Gorham, Wales & Noxon; 
general practice. 




HARRY C. BRIEN 



QUIN O'BRIEN 

Chicago 

Born March 27, 1871, at Atlantic, Mich.; 
graduate of Highland Park College (Des 
Moines, la.), M. A.; Chicago Kent College 
of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1896; mar- 
ried Miss Eileen McCartney, Nov. 14, 1901, 
at Davenport, la. ; Assistant City Attorney, 
Chicago, 1897-1899; member Illinois Ath- 
letic, Iroquois, Press, Hawkeye, and Michi- 
gan Clubs ; Knights of Columbus, Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations, Law 
Institute ; general practice, with consider- 
able trial work ; also lectures on law and 
general subjects before Chautauquas, col- 
leges, etc. 



HARRY C. O'BRIEN 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 24, 1873, at Marion, Kans. ; 
educated high school and Y. M. C. A. even- 
ing school ; graduate of John Marshall Law 
School; admitted to Bar 1912; married Miss 
Laura L. Johnston, Jan. 18, 1897, at Chi- 
cago; member K. of P.; Ellsworth No. 114, 
A. F. & A. M.; Mystic Star No. 758; for- 
merly with Chicago City Railways and In- 
ternational Harvester Co., in law depart- 
ment ; now general practice. 




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VV. VV. O'BRIEN 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, Aug:. 29, 1881 ; graduate 
Notre Dame University and Notre Dame 
Law School ; admitted to Bar 1902 ; mar- 
ried Miss Zoe Patrick of Springfield, 111., 
Oct. 15, 1919, at Ottawa, 111.; member B. P. 
O. E. ; engaged in general law practice. 



EDWARD P. O'CALLAHAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 8, 1883, at Chicago; graduate 
of Loyola University; admitted to Bar 
1911; married Florence Haynes, June 10, 
1914. at Chicago ; member Knights of 
Columbus. 4th degree ; Irish Fellowship 
Club. Chicago and Illinois Bar Associations. 




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HAROLD P. O'CONNELL 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 26, 1894, at Chicago, 111. ; grad- 
uated De Paul University; admitted to Bar, 
1917; Assistant State's Attorney, 1918; gen- 
eral practice. 



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. CHARLES J. O'CONNOR 

Chicago 

Born at Greenville, Ohio; graduate of 
University of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1898; married Annie Bradley, Feb. 
5, 1912, at Chicago; member American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associations ; 
Chairman Exemption Board No. 50; for- 
merly Vice-Pres. American Bar Association, 
Secy. Hamilton Club, Pres. of Ohio Society, 
Pres. of University of Michigan Alumni, 
Pres. Church Club; is on Board of Direc- 
tors of various corporations, among them 
Federal Life Ins. Co. 





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JOHN O'CONNOR 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago, 111.; graduate of Phil- 
lip's Academy (Andover, Mass.), Philip's 
Academy (Exeter, N. H.), Harvard Col- 
lege ; admitted to Bar, 1878 ; married Nellie 
M. Johnson, Feb. 23, 1887, at East Saugus, 
Mass. ; member American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations ; member of 
firm Hoyne, O'Connor & Irwin ; general 
practice. 



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JOHN M. O'CONNOR 

Chicago 

Born Lee County, Iowa ; graduate of 
Howe's Academy, Lee County Teacher's 
Normal Institute, Kent College of Law ; 
admitted to Bar, 1900 ; married ; Assistant 
Corporation Counsel, Chicago ; State Sena- 
tor 29th Senatorial District, Chicago ; Judge 
Superior Court since 1913 ; past four and a 
half years in Appellate Court ; member Iro- 
quois Club, Knights of Columbus, Elks, 
Westward Ho Golf Club. 




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ANDREW JACKSON O'DONNELL 

Chicago 

Bom June 19, 1875, at Kenosha, Wis.; 
graduate of Valparaiso Law School, Kent 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1897; married Miss Ella V. Robinson, Jan. 
22, 1914, at Chicago; member K. P., Ma- 
sonic, Moose, Eagles, Odd Fellows, Pythian 
Sisters, Eastern Star ; will be Grand Chan- 
cellor of the Knights of Pythias of Illinois 
in 1920. 



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FRANK A. O'DONNELL 

Chicago 

Born at Winchester, 111. ; graduate of 
\'alparai.so University, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, Lake Forest University, A. M., LL. 
B., and LL. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1893; 
married Miss Harriet B. Fox, July 12. 1897, 
at Chicago. 




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JOSEPH A. O'DONNELL 

Chicago 

Born in Ireland ; graduate of St. Pat- 
rick's Academy, Northwestern University; 
admitted to Bar, 1887; married Miss Rose 
E. Dugan, Sept. 7, 1886, at Chicago; elected 
Judge Circuit Court, 1903; member Illinois 
Legislature, sessions 1889. 1891, 1897, and 
special session for World's Fair ; member 
West Chicago Park Commissioners 9 years ; 
President Irish Fellowship Club of Chi- 
cago ; member Iroquois and City Clubs, 
Knights of Columbus, Ancient Order of 
Hibernians, St. Vincent de Paul Society; 
general practice. 



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JOHN W. OGREN 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 27, 1877; graduate Haniline 
University, University or Minnesota Law 
School; admitted to Bar, 1902; married 
Miss Catherine Cross, July 30, 1902, at 
Hudson, Wis.; Referee in Bankruptcy, 
1908-1910: member Hamilton and Swedish 
Clubs, Masonic and Shrine, American and 
Chicago Bar Associations ; member firm 
Ogren and Wermuth ; geenral practice, 
corporation, litigated cases, Federal Trade 
Commission practice. 




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WILLIAM O. OLIN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 20, 1871 ; attended public 
schools, business college and Chicago Kent 
College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 1895 ; 
married- Mrs. Louise Steenberg, Oct. 16, 
1895, at Chicago ; member Covenant Lodge 
A. F. & A. M., Royal League and Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations ; en- 
gaged in practice of real estate, chancery 
and probate law. 




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BARRATT O'HARA 
Chicago 
Born April 28, 1882, at St. Joseph, Mich.; 
attended Missouri University, Northwestern 
University, Chicago Kent College of Law ; 
married Miss Florence Hofifman ; Lieut. 
Governor of Illinois, 1913-1917; private and 
corporal 33rd Michigan in Cuban Campaign, 
1898; 1st Lieut, and Capt. 319th Inf., 1917- 
1918; Major Judge Advocate 12th and 15th 
Div., 1918-1919; Past Judge Advocate Gen- 
eral Veterans of Foreign Wars, United 
Spanish War Veterans ; member National 
Army and Navy, Press (Chicago), and Iro- 
quois Clubs, Phi Gamma Delta and Phi 
Delta Phi Fraternities ; member of Federal 
Board of Inquiry into Steamship Eastland 
disaster, 1915; member of firm O'Hara & 
Thompson ; general practice. 




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OSCAR H. OLSEN 

Chicago 

Born April 13, 1870; graduate of Chi- 
cago College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar. 1896; Assistant Corporation Counsel, 
1907-1911; Assistant Attorney Sanitary 
District, 1912-1916; Alderman 15th Ward, 
1918 to date ; member Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation, Chicago Norske Club, Normandenes 
Sangf orening ; general practice. 



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HARRY OLSON 



Chicago 

Born Aug. 4, 1867, at Chicago; graduate 
of Northwestern University Law School, 
LL. B., Washburne College, LL. D. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1891 ; married Miss Bernice 
Miller, June 13. 1892, at Pecatonica, 111.; 
Assistant State's Attorney, 1896-1906; Chief 
Justice Municipal Court, Chicago. 1906 to 
date, and re-elected till 1924; member Ma- 
sonic Lodge, Lincoln Park Chapter, Me- 
dinah Temple, University, Press and 
Adventurers Clubs; Chairman Board of 
Directors American Judicature Society; 
member Chicago. Illinois State and Amer- 
ican Bar Associations ; civil law and ab- 
stract examiner, 1891-1896. 




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OLIVER M. OLSON 

CHICAGa 

Born May 18, 1877, in Illinois ; graduate 
of Wheaton College and Illinois College of 
Law; admitted to Bar, 1906; married Miss 
Winifred Smith, Nov. 30, 1905, at Wheaton, 
111. ; general practice, with special atten- 
tion given to banking and corporation law. 



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HUGH O'NEILL 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 5, 1867, at Derry, Ireland ; edu- 
cated in Ireland and University of Notre 
Dame, B. A., B. L., LL. M.; admitted to 
Bar, Indiana, 1891, Illinois, 1893, later Fed- 
eral Courts and U. S. Supreme Court; mar- 
ried Miss Regina O'Malley, Sept. 1, 1898, 
at Cresco, Iowa ; member American, Illi- 
nois and Chicago Bar Associations, Amer- 
ican Historical Association, Illinois Histori- 
cal and American Irish Historical Societies ; 
member of Scientific, Literary and Philo- 
sophical societies ; author of "Illinois" in 
Catholic Encyclopedia, "Irish Orators and 
Oratory," "American Ideals," "The Game 
of Empire," "Treaty Making Powers," "No 
Entangling Alliances," "The Pirate Em- 
pire," etc. ; general and corporation prac- 
tice. 





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SIDNEY OPPENHEIM 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111., Aug. 13, 1881 ; attended 
grammar and high schools, Chicago ; gradu- 
ated Northwestern University Law School ; 
admitted to Bar, 1902 ; married Miss Leyone 
V. Liventhal, Mar. 24, 1909, at Chicago; 
member Apollo Lodge No. 642, A. F. & A. 
M. ; engaged in general law practice. 



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SIDNEY OPPENHEIM 



LEO A. O'REILLY 

Chicago 

Born May 13, 1895, at Minonk, 111. ; grad- 
uate of De Paul University, LL. B.; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1917; member Chicago Bar 
Association ; general and trial practice. 




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LIVINGSTON E. OSBORNE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 18, 1884; graduate of Wash- 
ington University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1906; married Miss Lula Brettner, Sept. 14, 
1908, at Alt. Vernon. Ind. : member of Illi- 
nois Athletic and Kiwanis Clubs. A. F. & 
A. M., Indiana Society, Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation. 



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ROY C. OSGOOD 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 9, 1876, at Springfield, Mass.; 
graduate of Columbian University (Wash- 
ington. D. C). B. L. ; admitted to Bar, Dis- 
trict of Columbia, 1903. Wisconsin, 1904, 
Illinois. 1907; married Miss Anna M. Hud- 
son, Feb. 21, 1903, at Washington, D. C. ; 
Secy. School Board, (Athol, Mass.), 1898- 
1899; member Masonic, City. Legal, Law, 
University. Bankers, Mid-Day and Indian 
Hill Clubs, Kappa Sigma Fraternity; Vice- 
Pres. First Trust & Savings Bank. 




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DENNIS J. OTOOLE 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 10, 1892, at Chicago ; graduate 
of John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1914; member Knights of 
Columbus; 1st Lieut 61st Inf. in Vosges 
Sector. St. Mihicl and Meuse Argonnc 
OflFensive; general practice. 



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MALCOLM DALE OWEN 

Chicago 

Born New Harmony, Ind. ; graduate of 
University of Indiana, classical and law. 
admitted to Bar, 1893 ; married Miss Kath- 
arine Fitton, June 7, 1894, at New Harmony, 
Ind. ; member Masonic Order, Consistory, 
Commandery and Shrine, Knights of 
Pythias, Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity; corpora- 
tion, investment bankers, procedure of se- 
curities issues, and business law ; member 
of firm Ninde, Potter & Owen. 





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JOSEPH E. PADEN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 22, 1861, at Litchfield, 111. ; 
graduate of University of Minnesota, Union 
College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 1885 ; 
married Miss Charlotte Colt, Oct. 22, 1891, 
at Litchfield, III.; City Attorney (Litch- 
field, 111.), 1887-1890; Corporation Counsel 
(Evanston). 1899-1903: Mayor of Evans- 
ton, 1907-1913; member Union League, Law, 
Evanston and Niles-Buchanan Country 
Clubs, Aero Club of Illinois ; corporation, 
insurance and real estate law. 



JOSEPH E. PADEN 



I. B. PADORR 

Chicago 

Born in Russia ; graduate of Northwestern 
University; admitted to Bar, 1914; married 
Miss Anna Perlman, Mar. 11, 1917, at Chi- 
cago ; member Masons ; general practice. 



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JOHN A. PAKENHAM 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 11, 1884, at Dublin, Ireland; 
graduate Clougowes Wood College (Ire- 
land), Loyola University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1912; member Sherman Park and 
Irish Fellowship Clubs. Knights of Colum- 
bus, A. O. H., Committee of 100; general 
practice. 



A. A. PANTELIS 

Chicago 

Born April 6, 1887, at Castrion, Arcadia, 
Hellas ; graduate of John Marshall Law 
School, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1911; 
Lieut.. U. S. A., 1917-1918; member (Sec.) 
Achaian League ; general practice. 





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EDWARD T. PARES 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 19, 1884, at Berlin, Wis. ; grad- 
uate of Ripon College (Wis.), Chicago Kent 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1911; 
jnarried Miss Lola Zobel. Aug. 29, 1912, at 
Ripon, Wis. ; member Kenwood Lodge A. F. 
& A. M., No. 800. Fuller Chapter, Phi 
Delta Phi ; general civil practice. 



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LEWIS W. PARKER 

Chicago 

Born Centralia, III., 1868; graduate Uni- 
versity of Michigan, literary department, 
1889, law department, 1890; admitted to 
Bar, 1890; married Gertrude Bundy, April 
27, 1893, at Chicago ; served as associate 
member Legal Advisory Board, City of 
Evanston ; member Chicago Athletic Asso- 
ciation, Iroquois, Glen View and Evansvon 
Country Clubs and American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations ; engaged in 
corporation law and general practice. 




WOODRUFF J. PARKER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 16, 1880; graduate of Lake 
Forest University, Chicago Kent College of 
Law ; admitted to Bar, 1905 ; member Union 
League Club, North Shore Lodge A. F. & 
A. M., Sons of American Revolution, Soci- 
ety of Colonial Wars, Washington Chapter, 
R. A. M., Aryan Grotto, Jennings Camp, 
M. W. of A. ; member of firm Chapman, 
Cutler & Parker ; corporation and muni- 
cipal bond issues, probate and chancery, gen- 
eral land title work. 



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SAMUEL SHAW PARKS 

Chicago 

Born Palmer, Mass., May 6, 1863 ; at- 
tended Monson Academy, Amherst College, 
A. M., Northwestern University, LL. B.; 
admitted to Bar, 1888 ; married Grace Run- 
yan, Aug. 6, 1888, at Chicago ; member S. 
A. R., Ashler Lodge No. 308, A. F. & A. M., 
Liberty Chapter, Columbia Commandery 
No. 63, Medinah Temple, and Chicago Bar 
Association ; engaged in practice of cor- 
poration law. 




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EMANUEL R. I'AKXASS 

Chicago 

Horn June 30, 1893. at Nowy-Dwor, 
Poland; graduate of University of Chi- 
caji;o. Pli. H., J. D., "cum laude" ; admitted 
to Bar, 1916; 2nd Lieut. Ordnance Dept., 
U. S. A. ; general practice. 



JOHN' H. PASSMORE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 18. 1875. at Norwich, Ohio; 
attended Ohio Northern University for 3 
years; graduate of University of Michigan. 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar. Michigan. 1907, 
Illinois. 1908; Assistant Corporation Coun- 
sel. 1915-1916; .Alderman 3rd Ward, elected 
1919; memher Lawyers .'Vssociation of Illi- 
nois. .American and Chicago Bar Associa- 
tif)ns; general i)ractice. 





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HERBERT H. PATTERSON 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 3, 1884, at Fredericktown, 
Ohio; attended University of Michigan. 
Law Dept. ; graduate Ohio Wesleyan Uni- 
versity, B. S.. Western Reserve University, 
Law Dept.. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar. Ohio, 
1912. Illinois. 1915; i)ersonal injury claims. 



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PERRY S. PATTERSON 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 18, 1881 ; graduate of Univers- 
ity of Chicago, Northwestern Law School, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1909; married 
Coletta Dunn, Sept. 27, 1916, at Couders- 
port, Pa. ; member Kiwanis, Beverly Coun- 
try, Hamilton and Legal Clubs, Knights of 
Columbus, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations; member of firm McCormick, 
Kirkland, Patterson & Fleming. 



WILLIAM LANPHIER PATTON 

Springfield 

Born Oct. 11, 1870; graduate of Harvard 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1894 ; 
married Miss Ellen Josephine Henkle, June 
27, 1900, at Springfield, 111.; member Uni- 
versity (Chicago), Sangamo (Springfield), 
mini Country (Springfield), Clubs, Illinois 
State Bar Association ; special representa- 
tion Chicago & Alton R. R. since 1894; gen- 
eral practice. 



GEORGE S. PAYSON 

Chicago 

Born June 21, 1862, at Chicago, 111. ; Shef- 
field Scientific School, Yale College, Ph. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1886; married Miss 
Josephine Ryerson, Jan. 3, 1889, at Chicago, 
111.; member University Clubs (Chicago 
and N. Y.), Chicago Club, Saddle and Cycle, 
Casino, Yale Club of Chicago; General 
Counsel of Western Railroad Association 
since 1894; patent law. 



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CHARLES E. PEACE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 1.?. 1879; graduate of Southern 
Illinois Ntirnial University. Illinois College 
of Law. LL. H.. LL. M.; admitted to Bar, 
19()8; married Miss Ruth Upton Hender- 
son. Sept. 21. 1918, at Rochester, N. Y. ; 
served in office of Attorney General, 1911- 
1913; Assistant Corporation Counsel, 1915 
to date; member of a number of lodges, 
past chancellor Delta Theta Phi Lavv^ hra- 
ternity; member Chicago and Illinois Bar 
Associations ; general practice. 





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GEORGE H. PEAKS 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 11, 1872; admitted to Bar, 
1894; married Miss Alice Spies, Mar. 15, 
1899, at Menominee, Mich. ; member Chi- 
cago Athletic, Mid Day and Law Clubs of 
Chicago, Glen View Golf, Evanston and 
Evanston Country Clubs, American, Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Chicago Society of Advocates (member of 
boards of the two latter organizations) ; 
member of firm Peaks, Bunch & Latimer. 



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GEORGE H. PEAKS 



OKE L. PEARSON 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 7, 1892, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago Seminary of Science, Midland 
University. Chicago Law School ; admitted 
to Bar. 1915; member Medinah Temple, 
Oriental Consistory, Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion. Chicago Law Institute, Phi Alpha 
Delta Law Fraternity. 




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RALPH L. PECK 

Chicago 

Born 1873, at Springfield, 111. ; graduate 
of University of Chicago, Ph. B., Colum- 
bian Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1901 ; married Miss Caroline M. Kerkhoflf, 
Mar. 14, 1904, at Oak Park; Civil Service 
Commissioner. Cook Co., since 1914, Pres. 
Assembly Civil Service Commissioners U. 
S. and Canada, 1919, Pres. Cook County 
Association of High School Boards ; Attor- 
ney Village of Palatine since 1901 ; Secy' 
Country Municipalities of Cook County; 
Vice-Pres. or Director Mt. Prospect Na- 
tional Bank; member Hamilton and City 
Clubs, Masons, Medinah Temple. Knights 
Templar, L O. O. F. ; general practice. 




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THOMAS J. PEDEN 

Chicago 

Born at Logansport, Ind. ; graduate of 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1897; married Miss Leah E. Woll, 
June, 1897, at Logansport, Ind. ; member 
Masonic Order, Hamilton Club ; general 
practice. 



GRACE F. PETER 

Chicago 

Graduate of Chicago Law School, Ph. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1912; member Women's 
Bar Association ; general practice. 




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WILLIAM V. PETER 

Chicago 

Horn Oct. 26, 1883; graduate of Yale 
University, A. B., Columbia Law School, 
LL. H.: admitted to Bar, 1908; married 
Miss Marion Mason, Jan. 1, 1917, at High- 
land Park, 111. ; general solicitor Chicago, 
Terre Haute & Southeastern Ry. Co., As- 
sistant (jeneral Counsel Chicago, Rock 
Island & Pacific Ry. Co. 



G. M. PETERS 

Chicago 

Born May 16, 1880: graduate of Univers- 
ity of Nebraska, A. B., Harvard Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1906 ; mar- 
ried Miss Ethel Wharton, July 16, 1914, at 
Chicago: member American, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations, Olympia 
Fields Country and University Clubs ; mem- 
ber of firm Burry, Johnstone & Peters ; 
general i ractice. 





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ALBERT PETERSON 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 21, 1882, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1910; married Miss Mary Eleanor 
Georgie Eddis. Oct. 24, 1905, at Chicago; 
memljcr Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, 
Norwegian Old Peoples Home Society, L. 
O. O. M.. Royal League, Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation, Chicago Law Institute; general 
practice. 



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CHARLES A. PHELPS 

Chicago 

Born Johnstown, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1873; 
attended Fairfield Military Academy, N. Y., 
Troy Conference Academy, V't., Wesleyan 
University, Middleton, Conn., Northwestern 
University, Chicago Kent College of Law ; 
admitted to Bar, 1901 ; married Miss Sadie 
AL Gray at Chicago, Feb. 14, 1899 ; member 
Chicago Plan Commission ; member Hamil- 
ton, Colonial Clubs, Oak Park Lodge No. 
540, Oak Park Chapter. Siloam Command- 
ery, Masons ; corporation, real estate, build- 
ing construction contract law principally. 




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EDGAR JOHN PHILLIPS 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 26. 188.S, at Jamaica, \V. I. ; 
graduate of Denison University, University 
of Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1911; married Miss Lois Parsons, 
Feb. 20, 1914, at Chicago; member of The 
Neighborly Club and Evanston Golf Club, 
Past Pres. Unity Lodge No. 2, Columbian 
Circle; Past Pres. The Gyro Club of Chi- 
cago ; Pres. The International Association 
of Gyro Clubs ; Past Master Sincerity 
Lodge No. 982, A. F. & A. M.; District 
Deputy Grand blaster of Masons for Illi- 
nois; general practice; member of firm 
Beckman, Cottrell & Phillips. 




CHARLES A. PHELPS 



J. FAY PHILBIN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 12, 1893, at Chicago ; graduate 
St. Ignatius College, Law Dept. of Loyola 
University; admitted to Bar, 1916; member 
University Council Knights of Columbus, 
Chicago Tresieme and Equity Clubs, Castle 
Post American Legion ; Sergeant in Hq. Co. 
13th Engineers, serving in France ; member 
of firm Kramer & Philbin ; general practice. 




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HARRY H. PHILLIPS 

Chicago 

Born 1869 at Hillsboro, III.; admitted to 
Bar, 1891 ; married Miss Rose Weber, Aug., 
1901, at Hillsboro, 111.; member Masons, 
I. O. O. F. ; is a nephew of late Jesse J. 
Phillips, Chief Justice of Illinois Supreme 
Court; member of firm Pam & Hurd. 



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HARRY H. PHILLIPS 

CLARENCE S. PIGGOTT 

Chicago 

Born Shreveport, La., April 18, 1880; 
attended public schools, Chicago; graduated 
English High and Manual Training School; 
graduated Law Department, University of 
Michigan, 1901 ; admitted to Bar, 1901 ; mar- 
ried Louise E. Bolley of Houghton, Mich., 
1904; member Chicago Bar Association, 
South End Business Men's Association, 
Calumet Commercial Club, A. F. & A. M., 
and R. A. M. ; nominated for Municipal 
Court Judge, Sept. primary, 1918; engaged 
in general practice. 



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HARRY A. PILLMAN 

Chicago 

Born April 21, 1892; graduate John Mar- 
shall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1914; with Newman, Poppenhusen, Stern 
& Johnston ; general practice. 



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SAMUEL E. PINCUS 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111., Oct. 10, 1889; at- 
tended Medill High School and Northwest- 
ern University Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1912; married Lena Simon, 
1918, at Chicago ; served as Assistant At- 
torney General 2 years under P. J. Lucey 
and under Edward J. Brundage past 3 
years ; delegate to Constitutional Conven- 
tion, 1920; member Iroquois Club, A. F. & 
A. M., and I. O. B. A. ; engaged in general 
practice. 




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LOUIS PINDERSKI 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago ; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1906; Assistant State's Attorney, 1910- 
1912 ; served on Legal Advisory Committee 
Exemption Board, District 36, as translator 
and reader of foreign language papers for 
Post Office Dept. ; Solicitor General, 7th 
Federal Reserve District. 



JOSEPH C. PISHA 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 4, 1874, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Northwestern Law School ; admitted to 
Bar. 1895 ; married Emily C. Pisha, April 
15, 1900. at Chicago; Assistant States At- 
torney, 1910-1912; law partner of late Judge 
Joseph Z. Uhlir, 1904-1908 ; member Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations, and a 
number of lodges ; attorney for number of 
building and loan associations and general 
practice. 



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HKN'KY KUSSPILL PLATT 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 4. 1866, at Plattsburg, N. Y. ; 
Kraduate of Williams College; admitted to 
Bar. 1891 ; married Miss Helen Kyle, 
Aug. 11, 1894, at Plattsburg; memoer 
Union League. University, Mid Day, Law of 
Chicago, and Glen View Golf Clubs, Evans- 
ton and Evanston Country Clubs, Williams 
Club (N. Y) ; member of firm Mayer, 
Meyer, Austrian & Piatt; member Amer- 
ican, Illinois State and Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciations. 



GEORGE W. PLUMMER 

Chicago 

Born Tyrone. Pa.. Dec. 23, 1844; at- 
tended Allegheny College, (Meadville, 
Pa.), A. B. ; admitted to Bar, Pennsylvania. 
1870. Illinois. 1871; married Emilv E. Mc- 
Clintock. July 14, 1870, at Meadville. Pa.; 
wife deceased. Mar. 16, 1891 ; married 
Mary Redfield, Nov. 22, 1892. at Chicago; 
member Chicago Bar Association and A. F. 
& .\. M.; engaged in general practice. 




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HENRY POLLENZ 

Chicago 

Born July 28, 1884; graduate of Illinois 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1909; 
married, Feb. 14. 1914. at Crown Point, 
Ind.; member Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar -Associations, Lawyers Association of 
Illinois; general practice. 



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HYMAN POLONSKY 

Chicago 

Born May 15, 1891 ; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School ; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Miss Ida B. Gorden, July 1, 
1917, at Chicago; member Chicago Bar As- 
sociation, Lawyers Association of Illinois, 
B'nai B'rith ; general, trial work and appel- 
late practice. 




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H. STERLING POMEROY 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 22, 1866, Ohio, 111. ; student in 
law office of R. L. Russell; admitted to Bar, 
1900; married Miss Helen E. Munn, July 
9, 1913, at Chicago; City Attorney, Kewa- 
nee, 111., 1906-1909; Judge of City Court, 
Kewanee, 1909. re-elected 1913, 1917; mem- 
ber Masonic Lodge, Elks, Kewanee Club, 
Rotary Club of Kewanee, Illinois State Bar 
Association, South Shore Country Club ; 
held court in Superior, Circuit and Juvenile 
Court of Cook County during large portion 
of time during ten years last past; acting 
Judge Juvenile Court, Cook County, ten 
consecutive years during summer vacations 
of Judges Merritt W. Pinckney and Victor 
P. Arnold. 



EDWARD DWIGHT POMEROY 
Chicago 

Born Crystal Lake, 111., Oct. 11, 1872; 
attended University of Michigan, Law 
Dept., LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1894, in 
Michigan and Illinois ; married Miss Kath- 
arine E. Puncheon of Philadelphia, April 
25, 1917; member City Club of Chicago, 
Chicago Bar Association, Chicago Law In- 
stitute; commercial and corporation law, 
principally coal operators and wholesalers ; 
senior member of firm Pomeroy & Martin. 




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HERBERT POPE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 16, 1870; graduate of Harvard, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar, Ohio, 1898, Illi- 
nois. 19()(); married Miss Anna M. Smith, 
April 4, 1916, at Evanston ; member Uni- 
versity and City Clubs ; member of firm 
Butler, Lamb, Foster & Pope. 



NICHOLAS A. POPE 

Chicago 

Born in Italy; graduate of John Mar- 
shall Lawr School and Northwestern Uni- 
versity; admitted to Bar, 1915; married to 
Miss Marie Bartolomei, Dec. 19, 1917, at 
Chicago; general practice. 




G. M. POPHAM 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 23, 1867 ; graduate of Wiscon- 
sin University Law College ; admitted to 
Bar, 1899; married Sarah Argyle, Oct. 12, 
1893, at Black River Falls, Wis.; District 
Attorney, Jackson Co., Wisconsin, three 
terms ; Assistant State's Attorney, 1907- 
1909; member Masons, I. O. O. F., K. P., 
M. W. A. 



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FRANK POSVIC 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 5, 1884, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago Kent College of Law ; admitted 
to Bar, 1909; married Irene M. Chochol, 
Mar. 30, 1911, at Chicago; member Phi 
Alpha Delta, Bohemian Lodge No. 943, A. 
F. & A. M., Lafayette Chapter No. 2, R. A. 
M., L O. O. F., Bohemia and Hamilton 
Clubs, and eighteen others. 





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FRANK H. T. POTTER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 13, 1878, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1899 ; married Miss Alice 
G. Willard, June 1, 1910, at Cleveland, O. ; 
member Union League and City Clubs, Ma- 
sonic ; member of firm Ninde, Potter & 
Owen ; business counsel and general prac- 
tice. 



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GEORGE CHARLES POTTS 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 26, 1891 ; graduate of Millikin 
University, Webster College of Law, LL. 
B., J. D.; admitted to Bar, 1915; married 
Miss Fanny Mecartney, April 9, 1918, at 
Chicago; member K. of P.; general prac- 
tice, specializing on appeal. 



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JOSHUA K. H. POTTS 

Chicago 

Horn Feb. 9, 1875, at Kingston, N. J.; 
graduate of Princeton Preparatory School, 
Trenton Business College, Columbia Uni- 
versity Law School and University of 
Tennessee ; admitted to Bar. 1897, in N. J., 
1899, in Illinois; married Miss Adelaide 
S. Ereon, May 11, 1898, at Bordentown, 
•N. J. ; member Collegiate Club, 32nd de- 
gree Mason, Knights Templar, Shrine, A. F. 
& A. M.; Grand Lecturer Grand Lodge of 
Ma.sons of Illinois ; Past Grand Master 
Workman of the Grand Lodge A. O. U. W., 
and chairman Law Committee. 



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JOHN J. POULTON 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 14, 1878, at Belvidere, 111.; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1903; married 
Miss Elizabeth Rosalind Sullivan, Dec. 26, 
1917, at Springfield, ill.; member Illinois 
House of Representatives, 13th Senatorial 
District, in 44th, 45th and 46th General 
Assemblies ; Assistant Attorney General, 
1913-1917; member Draft Board No. 20; 
member Iroquois, South Shore and South 
Chicago Clubs, Knights of Columbus, For- 
esters, Hibernians, Eagles, Royal Arcanum, 
American Irish Historical Society; member 
of firm Poulton, Green & Merrick. 




HORACE I. PRATT 

Bloomington 

Born May 5. 1887, at Cropsey, 111.; grad- 
uate of Grand Prairie Seminary, Dakota 
Wesleyan University, Bloomington Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar. 1909 ; mar- 
ried Miss Clara G. Heflfernan, Dec. 25, 1916, 
at Bloomington ; Master in Chancery, 1916- 
1917; member Masonic Fraternity, McLean 
County Bar Association ; general practice. 



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JOHN PRENDERGAST 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, Dec. 21, 1883; attended St. 
Ignatius College, Harvard University and 
Northwestern University Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1909; married Marcia Ket- 
telle, Mar. 30, 1910, at Chicago; engaged in 
general practice. 





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PAUL E. PRICE 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 7, 1895; graduate of North- 
western University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1916; member Illinois State Bar Asso- 
ciation, Pi Epsilon Delta Legal Fraternity, 
Bryn Mawr Men's and Intercollegiate 
Clubs ; general and corporation practice. 



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JOHN J. PRIESTLEY 

Chicago 

Born July 2, 1882, in East Kilbride, Lan- 
arkshire, Scotland ; graduate of De La Salle 
Institute, St. Ignatius College, Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1903 ; married Miss Margaret Florence 
Long, April 27, 1914, at Chicago ; member 
Knights of Columbus, Holy Name Society, 
Chicago Bar Association ; general practice. 




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EDWARD A. PRINDIVILLE 

Chicago 

Attended Valparaiso College of Law ; 
graduated from Chicago College of Law, 
A. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1904; Assistant 
State's Attorney under Maclay Hoyne ; 
formerly City Trial Attorney ; member of 
the Knights of Columbus; general practice. 



FREDERICK WILMOT PRINGLE 

Chicago 

Born June 17, 1864, in Ontario, Canada; 
graduate of Collegiate Institute (Napanee, 
Ont.), Columbia College (N. Y. City) ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1890; married Miss Grace D. 
Hale. Tune 4, 1890, at Topeka, Kan. ; Town 
Attorney. Town of Cicero, 1896-1899; Vil- 
lage Attorney. Oak Park. 1902-1907 and 
1914-1919; President Oak Park and River 
Forest High School. 1909-1914; Pres. Coun- 
try Municipalities of Cook County, 1918; 
Pres. Colonial Club of Oak Park. 1903-1905; 
Pres. Glen Oak Country Club. 1916; member 
Union League and Hamilton Clubs, Ma- 
sonic Orders, Blue Lodge, Knights Tem- 
plar, Consistory, Shrine. 




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WILLIAM J. PRINGLE 

Chicago 

Born June 10, 1862; graduate of Grinnell, 
Ph. B., A. M., Lake Forest University, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1896; married Dorothy 
S. Gorham, June 26, 1899, at Galesburg, 111. ; 
member Chicago City Council, 1904-1912; 
Chairman Committee Gas. Oil and Electric 
Light for 3 years ; member Union League, 
City, Flossmoor Country and Hamilton 
Clubs, Shrine, Commandery, etc. ; member 
of firm Pringle & Terwilliger; lecturer on 
subjects of torts and agency, Chicago Kent 
College of Law. 



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JERRY C. PRIORE 

Chicago 

Born Dec 10, 1887 ; graduate of Kent Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1917; 
married, Sept. 18, 1912, at Chicago; mem- 
ber Knights of Columbus ; general prac- 
tice. 





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NICHOLAS J. PRITZKER 

Chicago 

Born Kieva, Russia, July 19, 1871 ; gradu- 
ated Northwestern University, 1892, Illinois 
College of Law, 1902 ; admitted to Bar, 
1902; married Annie Pritzker, June 8, 1891, 
at Chicago ; member Oriental Blue Lodge 
and Cicero Chapter A. F. & A. M. ; engaged 
in general practice. 



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NICHOLAS J. PRITZKER 



RAYMOND S. PRUITT 

Chicago 

Born July 31, 1887, at Gettysburg, S. D.; 
graduate of De Pauw University, A. B., 
Northwestern University Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar. 1912; married Miss 
Frances Anne Paullin, June 17, 1914, at 
Evanston ; Assistant Attorney General of 
Illinois, 1917 to date ; member Chicago and 
Illinois State Bar Associations, Hamilton 
Club ; as Assistant Attorney General he 
specialized in public utility law and had 
charge of enforcement of Blue Sky Law. 




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B. J. PKYSTALSKI 

Chicago 

Horn May 24, 1887, at Tlioni, Poland; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law; 
admitted to Bar, 1911; married Miss Lucy 
Szafranski. Sept. 20, 1916. at Chicago; Vil- 
lage Attorney. East Hazel Crest, 111. ; gen- 
eral practice. 



JOHX PRYSTALSKI 

Chicago 

Born Thorn, Poland ; graduate Chicago 
Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1906; married, April 17, 1912, at Chicago; 
Assistant City Prosecutor. City of Chicago, 
18 months ; Assistant State's Attorney. 
Cook County, past seven and a half years; 
member K. C. ; engaged in general prac- 
tice. 





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JOHN PRYSTALSKI 



WILLIAM J. QUIN 
Chicago 



Born Mar. 14, 1858, at Milwaukee, Wis.; 
graduate of St. Gall's (later Marquette Uni- 
versity), University of Wisconsin; studied 
law under E. G. Ryan, Chief Justice Wis- 
consin Supreme Court ; admitted to Bar, 
1879; married Amy Card; member Repub- 
lican County Committee, Milwaukee, 1880; 
in 1881 with Cottrell, Cary and Hanson, 
General Counsel for M. L. S. & W. Ry. ; 
formerly with Winston. Payne. Strawn & 
Shaw; since 1911 in Law Department of 
Cudahy Packing Co. 



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FRANK J. QUINN 

Peoria 

Born at Chicago, Jan. 23, 1866 ; attended 
St. Viator's College, Bourbonnais Grove, 
111.; admitted to Bar, 1892; Assistant State's 
Attorney, Peoria County, 1892-1896; mem- 
ber Peoria School Board for several terms ; 
member Peoria Public Library Board sev- 
eral terms ; member 1920 constitutional con- 
vention, 16th District. Nominated as a 
Democrat but unopposed by Republicans, 
although county is heavily Republican ; 
member Knights of Columbus, Knights of 
Pythias and all local clubs ; general prac- 
tice. 




FRANK J. QUINN 



JAMES R. QUINN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 27, 1890; graduate of St. Igna- 
tius College, A. B., Loyola University, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1912; married Miss 
Helen Langlois, May 10, 1919, at Chicago ; 
Assistant States Attorney, 1914-1917; mem- 
ber Knights of Columbus, Elks ; general 
practice. 



FRANKLIN RABER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 26, 1878, at Rockfield, Ind. ; 
graduate of Chicago Normal School, Illi- 
nois College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1908; 
married Miss Louise A. Smith, July 20, 
1918, at Chicago ; member Hesperia Lodge 
No. 411, A. F. & A. M.; Lafayette Chapter 
No. 2, R. A. M., Chicago Bar Association, 
Chicago Law Institute ; general practice. 




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SAMUEL R. RABINOFF 
Chicago 



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ADOLPH RADNITZER 

Chicago 

Born May 31, 1892. at Chicago; graduate 
of University of Chicago, Ph. B., University 
of Chicago Law School, J. D. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1915; Assistant Corporation Counsel 
since Jan., 1919; member Illinois State Bar 
Association, Masonic Lodge Sylvan No. 
780; general practice. 





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PETER G. RAFF 



Chicago 

Born in 1870, in Jassy, Roumania ; gradu- 
ate of Chicago Law School, LL. B. LL. M. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1897; married Miss Jennie 
Goldfarb, Jan. 1. 1902, at Elgin, 111.; mem- 
ber (Past Chancellor) Fidelity Lodge No. 
117, K. of P.; Past Noble Grand, South 
Park Lodge No. 488, I. O. O. F., Lawyers 
Association of Illinois ; corporation and real 
estate law. 



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ALONZO HARRISON RANKS 

Chicago 

Born Louisville, 111., June 6, 1874; at- 
tended public school, Louisville, University 
of Vincennes ; graduate University of Mich- 
igan, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1897; mar- 
ried Miss Annie R. Weaver, 1899, at Ann 
Arbor, Mich. ; served as City Attorney, Tay- 
lorville, 111., 1897-98 ; was Trial Attorney for 
Chicago Union Traction Company, 1902-12; 
member A. F. & A. M. and B. P. O. E.; en- 
gaged in general practice. 





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ODE LAWRENCE RANKIN 

Chicago 

Born in Menard County, III., Oct. 9, 
1869; graduate of Illinois College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1903; President, 
Village of Maywood, 1911-1913; served in 
Spanish-American war as private, corporal 
and sergeant ; sergeant First Regt., I. N. G. ; 
member of Masons, Phi Alpha Delta Law 
Fraternity, Chicago and Illinois State Bar 
Associations, Maywood Men's Club ; Fed- 
eral, Appellate and Supreme Court prac- 
tice, specializing in writing briefs for other 
attorneys. 



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WILLIAM K. RAPP 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 4, 1874, Chicago ; attended Chi- 
cago public schools, business colleges. Chi- 
cago College of Law (now Chicago Kent), 
and Law Department, Lake Forest Univers- 
ity, BB. L. ; admitted to Bar, 1899; member 
Chicago Bar Association ; general practice. 



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CHARLES F. KATHBUN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 13, 1882, at Edgerton, Ohio; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law, 
Lake Forest University; admitted to Bar, 
1904; married June 27, 1913, at Chicago; 
member Delta Chi Fraternity, Chicago Bar 
Association, Calumet Country and Legal 
Clubs ; member of firm McCormick, Kirk- 
land, Patterson & Fleming. 



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FRANK C. RATHJE 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 20. 1883; graduate of North- 
western University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1907; married Miss Josephine Logan; 
meml)er Masonic, Knights Templar, Medi- 
nah Temple. Chicago Bar Association. 
Hamilton Clul) : member of firm Rathje, 
Wesemann. Hinckley & Barnard ; real es- 
tate, banking and corporation practice. 




FRANK C. RATHJE 



EDWARD \V. RAWLINS 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 7. 1874; graduated North- 
western University-, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1901 ; married Miss Frances Northrop, 
Jan. 14, 1911, at Woodstock, 111.; member 
University Club of Chicago, Evanston Club, 
Chicago, Illinois State Bar and American 
Bar Associations, Beta Theta Pi Fraternity; 
trial and corporation, making specialty of 
mcdico-Utjal practice. 



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WILLIAM REEDA 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 24, 1885. at Jefifersonville, Ind. ; 
graduate of De Paul University, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1906 ; married Miss Ethel 
May Cardy, Dec. 31, 1906, at Chicago; mem- 
ber Ravenswood Lodge No. Ill , A. F. & A. 
M., Royal League, Columbian Knights, K. 
of P., Loyal Order of Moose, Unity and 
Elks Clubs ; general practice, civil and crim- 
inal. Attended first officers' training camp 
at Fort Sheridan. 





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WILLIAM REEDA 



JAY FREDERICK REEVE 

Chicago 

Born May 6, 1893; graduate of Loyola 
University, M. A., LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1916; member Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion; aviator; member of firm Reeve & 
Vinissky; general practice. 



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JAY FREDERICK REEVE 



O. F. REICH 



Chicago 

Born Nov. 19, 1873; graduate of Univers- 
ity of Chicago, Kent College of Law, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar, 1895; married Miss 
Emily J. Wiedel, June 25, 1902, at Chicago ; 
member Ridge Country and Hamilton 
Clubs, Chicago Bar Association, American 
Unity; Vice-Pres. First Trust & Savings 
Bank of Riverdalc ; Director First National 
Bank of Dolton ; represents eight municipal- 
ities in Cook County; municipal law prac- 
tice. 




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ALEXANDER F. REICHMANN 

Chicago 

Born July 23, 1868; graduate Sacred 
Heart College (Prairie du Chien, Wis.). 
University of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1889; married Edith C Dent, June 
3, 1897, at Decorah, Iowa; member Masons, 
University, Union League, Iroquois and 
Indian Hill Country Clubs ; general prac- 
tice, principally corporation law. 



ERNEST ROBERT REICHMANN 

Chicago 

Born May 12, 1892, at River Forest, 111. ; 
graduate University of Chicago, Ph. B., 
J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1915 ; married Miss 
Ruth Hough, June 26, 1919, at New York 
City; general and real estate and corpora- 
tion practice. 





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LEONARD C. REID 

Born May 6, 1887; graduate of University 
of Michigan, A. B., LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1909; married Miss Carolyn Bass, Aug. 
1, 1912, at Benton Harbor, Mich. 



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THOMAS W. REILLY 

Chicago 

Born July 13, 1888, at Sidney, Ohio ; grad- 
uate of Miami University (Oxford, Ohio), 
A. B., University of Chicago Law School, J. 
D. ; admitted to Bar, 1915; Department of 
Justice of U. S., 1917-1918; member Phi 
Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; general prac- 
tice. 





THOMAS W. REILLY 



FRED W. REINHARDT 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 25, 1880, at Lebanon, 111.; 
graduate of McKendree College, A. B., 
Washington University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1904; married Osie Ritter, Aug. 25, 
1909, at Chicago ; member Exemplar Lodge 
No. 966, A. F. & A. M., Oriental consistory, 
Chicago Bar Association. 



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FRED W^. REINHARDT 



GEORGE REMUS 
Chicago 

Born Nov. 13, 1876; graduate of Chicago 
College of Pharmacy, Illinois College of 
Law; admitted to Bar, 1904; member Ma- 
sonic Lodge, 32d degree and Shrine, Illi- 
nois Athletic Club; criminal and chancery 
practice. 




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VICTOR A. KEMY 

Chicago 

Horn May 3, 1881 ; Rraduate of Harvard 
University, Harvard Law School, North- 
western Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1905 ; 
married Miss Catherine Ross, Oct. 18, 1916, 
at Evanston, 111. ; Clerk. Committee on 
Naval Affairs. House of Representatives, 
1904, Capt. United States Army. 1918; mem- 
ber Chicago and Illinois State Bar Asso- 
ciations, City. Harvard, Legal and Univers- 
ity Clubs, Country Cluli of Evanston. 
American Legion. 



ERNEST C. RENIFF 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 23. 1877. at Sublette, 111.; 
graduate of Morgan Park Academy; at- 
tended University of Chicago and Illinois ; 
admitted to Bar, 1904; married Miss Eliza- 
beth Collier, August 6. 1906, at Champaign, 
III. ; member Masonic, Lake View Men's 
Club. (Regent) .Arcanum Council of Royal 
Arcanum. Republican Club 23rd Ward ; 
trial work. 





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OTTO C. RENTNER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 17, 1887; graduate of Illinois 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar. 
1909; married Miss Lillian Kramp, Oct. 22, 
1912. at Chicago ; Attorney for . Bailif?, 
Municipal Court, 1914-1918; member Iro- 
qtiois Club, Supreme Senate Delta Theta 
Phi Law Fraternity, Chicago Bar and Law- 
yers Association, Chicago Law Institute. 
National Geographic Society, Director and 
Attornej' Aid Association for Lutherans ; 
general practice. 



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CAREY W. RHODES 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 3, 1869, at West Union, Ohio ; 
graduate of Ohio State University; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1898 ; married Nellie L. Rob- 
bins, Oct. 16, 1899, at Chicago; member 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations, 32d degree Mason, Shriner, 
Knight Templar; general practice. 





CAREY W. RHODKS 



CORINNE L. RICE 
Chicago 

Born 1877, at Sullivan, Ohio ; graduate 
of Mt. Holyoke College, University of Chi- 
cago, Ph. B.. J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1908 ; 
member College Club, Bar Association ; 
general practice. 



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CORINNE L. RICE 



EDMUND J. RICE 

Chicago 

Born June 16, 1874; graduate of St. 
Michael's College and Skerry's Academy. 
Dublin, Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1905 ; member 
Knights of Columbus, Royal League, North 
American Union and Ancient Order Hi- 
bernians ; general practice. 




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DONALD RANDALL RICHBERG 



FRAN'CIS STANLEY RICKCORDS 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 21, 1883; graduate of Chicago 
Latin School, Yale University, B. A., North- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1908; married Miss 
Eleanor Hambleton, Jan. 6. 1917, at Chi- 
cago ; member University and Yale Clubs 
of Chicago; Director. Chicago Title & 
Trust Co. ; Pres. Lake County Title & Trust 
Co. 



DONALD RANDALL RICHBERG 
Chicago 

Born July 10, 1881, at Knoxville, Tenn.; 
graduate of Chicago University, A. B., 
Harvard Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1904; married Mrs. Lynette M. Ham- 
lin, May 28, 1918, at Louisville, Ky. ; Master 
in Chancery, Circuit Court, 1915-1918; Spe- 
cial Assistant State's Attorney, 1913-1915; 
Special Counsel, City of Chicago, 1915 to 
date ; member University, City, Quadrangle 
and Law Clubs, Olympia Fields Country 
Club, Harvard Club (New York), Chicago, 
Illinois State and American Bar Associa- 
tions, Phi Gamma Delta; attorney at vari- 
ous times for Board of Assessors, City 
Treasurer, President of County Board ; 
member firm Richberg, Ickes, Davies & 
Lord ; general practice, specializing in muni- 
cipal law. public utility regulation, chancery 
and appellate practice. 




FRANCIS STANLEY RICKCORDS 



LOUIS RIEGER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 5, 1891 ; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1912 ; single ; member Fortitude Lodge 
A. F. & A. M., No. 1003. Lafayette Chap- 
ter No. 2, R. A. M., Royal Arcanum ; gen- 
eral practice. 



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FRANK S. RIGHEIMER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 4, 1880, at Chicago ; graduate 
of University of Chicago, Ph. B., Lake 
Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1901 ; married Miss Helen Maddock, June 
30, 1906, at Chicago ; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, Chicago, 1916-1919; First As- 
sistant Corporation Counsel, 1918 to date; 
Village Attorney, Forest Park. 111., 1906- 
1916; member Cleveland Lodge A. F. & 
A. M., Cicero Chapter R. A. M., Humboldt 
Park Commandery K. T., Shriner, Medinah 
Temple, Elks, Royal Arcanum, Chicago Bar 
Association ; general practice, specializing 
in municipal law. 





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HARRY ALBERT RILEY 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, Nov. 18, 1879; attended 
Chicago public schools, Illinois College of 
Law, University of Illinois Law School ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, May, 1902; married Miss 
Maj' Leiser, Aug. 15, 1906, at Chicago; 
served as Assistant Corporation Counsel 
and Assistant City Prosecutor during Busse 
administration; Master in Chancery, Cir- 
cuit Court, Cook County, Mar. 17, 1916 to 
date ; member Hamilton Club, Chicago and 
Illinois State Bar Associations, Illinois 
Lawyers Association, Columbian Circle, 
Court of Honor, National Union ; engaged 
in general law and chancery practice. 



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SAMUEL MAYO RINAKER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 25, 1887; graduate of Balliol 
College (Oxford), B. A., Harvard Univers- 
ity, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1913; member 
Chicago and American Bar Associations, 
Legal (Chicago), University, Saddle and 
Cycle, and Harvard (New York) Clubs; 
member firm Gallagher, Kohlsaat & Rin- 
aker ; trial work and general practice. 



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OTTO F. RING 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 22, 1884, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B., 
LL. M. ; admitted to Bar, 1906; married 
Miss Rose Sykora, June 30, 1909, at Chi- 
cago ; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Chicago Real Estate Board, Y. M. C. A., 
Hamilton, Bohemian and National Athletic 
Clubs ; general practice, mostly real estate, 
probate and chancery. 



OTTO F. RING 



JOHN G. RIORDAN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 1, 1885; graduate of Chicago 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1914; 
married NeUie L. Roberts, June 1, 1915, at 
Chicago ; member Lawyers Association, Law- 
Institute ; general practice. 



STEPHEN F. RIORDAN 

Chicago 

^ Born Dec. 29. 1885 ; graduate of De Paul 
Univcrsit}-. Notre Dame University, A. B., 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1909 ;' married 
Elizabeth A. Merz, Sept. 25. 1917, at Whea- 
ton. 111. ; member Marquette Council No. 
244, Knights of Columbus, Lawyers Asso- 
ciation of Illinois ; probate, chancery and 
general practice. 



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JULIAN CLAY RISK 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 17, 1890; graduate of William 
Jewell College (Liberty, Mo.), A. B., Uni- 
versity of Chicago Law School, J. D.; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1914; married Miss Hazel 
Bell, Sept. 17, 1917, at Chicago; member of 
Hamilton Club. 




H. B. RITMAN 
Chicago 

Born March 23. 1893; graduate of Web- 
ster College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1917; married Miss Rose Heda, Mar. 
16, 1919, at Chicago ; member Illinois Bar 
Association; general practice. 



H. B. RITMAN 



JEROME W. ROBBINS 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 28, 1846, at Pontiac, Mich.; 
graduate of State Normal School (Mich.) ; 
admitted to Bar Michigan 1873, Illinois 
1916.; married Miss Amelia A. Klein, Aug. 
31, 1907, at Chicago ; Judge State Court of 
Arbitration, Michigan, 1897-1901 ; member 
Chicago Bar Association ; civil law and 
corporation. 




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DANIEL ARTHUR ROBERTS 

Chicago 

Born April 15, 1884, at Chicago; graduate 
of Lewis Institute, Chicago Kent College 
of Law; admitted to Bar, 1910; married 
Miss Josephine Krai, Oct. 20, 1915, at Chi- 
cago; Assistant Corporation Counsel, 1915 
to date; member Humboldt Park No. 521 
L. O. O. M., Royal Arcanum, Honor Lodge 
No. 1010 A. F. & A. M., Northwest Chapter 
No.^ 224, R. A. M. ; has been identified with 
city's gas litigation, telephone rate revision 
and traction matters ; snecializes on muni- 
cipal law, especially utilities. 



JESSE E. ROBERTS 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 3, 1865 ; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan ; admitted to Bar, 1892 ; 
married Miss Bertha C. Giles, March 6. 
1916. at Chicago; Attorney for Villages: 
La Grange, 1896-1905; Summit, 1907-1910; 
Brookfield, two years ; Clearing, two years ; 
Stickney Village, four years ; Town of 
Stickney, eighteen years ; member Masons, 
Oriental Consistory. Union League, Auto- 
mobile, Southern, Westward Ho Golf and 
Suburban (La Grange) Clubs; general 
practice, corporation ; real estate and pro- 
bate, also all State and Federal Courts. 




MORTON L. ROBERTS 

Chicago 

Born March 18, 1868, at Waynesville, 
Ohio ; graduate of Chicago College of Law, 
Law Department Lake Forest University, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1890; married 
Miss May Peckham, Sept. 17, 1902, at Chi- 
cago ; with Chicago Title & Trust Co. for 
six years ; house attorney for Western 
,Trust & Savings Bank for four years ; 
member (Past Commander) Veteran Corps, 
First Infantry, Illinois National Guard, 
Ro\al Arcanum, Chicago Bar Association ; 
general practice, largely chancery, real 
estate and probate matters. 



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ROSCOE L. ROBERTS 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 17, 1869, at Chicago; graduate 
of University of Michigan, LL. B.; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1894; married Ella M. de Ber- 
ard, Oct. 26, 1899, at Chicago ; member Illi- 
nois Athletic, Skokie Country, Ouilmette 
Country Clubs, Shrine, Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciation ; real estate and commercial law 
practice. 





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ROSCOE L. ROBERTS 



EGBERT ROBERTSON 
Chicago 

Born Dec. 8, 1881, at Cairo, 111.; graduate 
of Lewis Institute, University of Chicago, 
A. B., Lake Forest University, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1905 ; served four years 
1st Cavalry, I. N. G., Captain Field Artil- 
lery, Res. Corp. U. S. Army; member Phi 
Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Phi ; general, 
commercial and corporation law. 



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WARNER H. ROBINSON 

Chicago 

Born at Albia, Iowa; graduate of North- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1902 ; married Miss Helen 
Dodson, June 22, 1909, at Chicago ; General 
Attorney for Chicago City Ry. Co., 1913; 
member of Bob o' Link Golf Club; general 
corporation and defense trial work. 




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KKANK A. ROCKHOLD 

Chicago 

Horn 18^)9; Kraduate of University of 
Michigan, University of Nel)raska, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1894; married Miss Kather- 
in»» MrT^od. Sept. 24, 1896, at San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. ; Russian Vice Consul at Chicago 
1911-1913; Attorney for Russian, Austrian 
and Italian Consuls at different times; mem- 
l)er Westmoreland Country, Ouilmette 
Country Clubs, Knight Templar, Arch Ma- 
son, Medinah Temple ; corporation law. 



JOHN' H. ROEMER 

Chicago 

Born April 26, 1866 ; graduate of 
Marietta College, B. A.. Yale University, 
M. A., LL. B. ; admitted to Bar 1892; mar- 
ried Caroline H. Pier, Nov. 17, 1892, at 
Milwaukee, Wis.; Chairman Railroad Com- 
mission of Wisconsin 1907-1915; corpora- 
tion law. 





JOHN H. ROEMER 



FRANK C. ROGERS 

C H ICAGO 

Born Feb. 28, 1873; graduate Lake For- 
est Universitj', Northwestern University 
Law School; admitted to Bar 1897; married 
Miss Therese Barry, January 17, 1903, at 
Des Moines. Iowa ; City Collector, Wauke- 
gan, 111., 1897-1899;, City Attorney. Wau- 
kegan, 111., 1899-1901; member Birchwood 
l-odge No. 1012 A. F. & A. M.. Wiley M. 
Egan Chapter No. 126, R. A. M., Chicago 
Commandery No. 19, Knights Templar, 
Mystic Shrine, Chicago Bar Association, 
North Shore Golf Club; insurance and 
corporation law. 



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A. A. ROLF 

Chicago 

Born at Kirkville, Mo. ; graduate of 
Lake Forest University Law Department, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar 1893; married Miss 
Josephine Norton, June 22, 1892, at Chi- 
cago; Assistant to Judge Cutting, Probate 
Court Cook County, 1906-1910; member of 
Hamilton and City Clubs ; general civil 
practice, specializing in corporation law. 





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A. A. ROLF 

JOSEPH ROLNICK 
Chicago 



Born 1886 in Lithuania ; graduate of 
Bryant & Stratton Business College, Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar 1912; married Miss Nettie Neu- 
man, Dec. 2, 1919, at Chicago ; Assistant 
Attorney General, Illinois, 1917 to date ; 
member Welfare Lodge No. 991 A. F. & 
A. M., B'nai B'rith, Maccabees, Chicago 
Bar Association, Independent Michael 
Heilprin Lodge ; general practice. 



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JOSEPH ROLNICK 



FREDERICK P. RONDEAU 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 17, 1881, at Milwaukee, Wis. ; 
graduate of Marquette College (Milwau- 
kee), Georgetown University (Washington, 
D. C), LL. B., LL. M. ; admitted to Bar 
1909; member Knights of Columbus. 4th 
degree (La Salle Assembly), Hamilton 
Club ; member of Investment Banking firm 
F. P. Roudeau & Co. ; corporation law. 




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THOMAS E. ROONEY 
Chicago 

Born at Albany, N. Y. ; graduate of Lake 
Forest University, Law Dei)artinent, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar 1896; member American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associa- 
tions. 



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GROVEK D. ROSE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 22, 1888; graduate of Valpa- 
raiso University, Chicago-Kent College of 
Law; admitted to Bar, 1913; married Miss 
Lois Bartholomew, Aug. 16, 1915, at Tra- 
verse City, Mich.; member A. F. & A. M., 
Elks; member of firm Bassler, Bippus & 
Rose ; general practice. 





JOHN F. ROSEN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 7, 1884, at Vieima, Austria; 
graduate Chicago Kent College of Law; 
admitted to Bar, 1908 ; single ; member Chi- 
cago Bar Association, Law Institute, 
Knights of Columbus, 21st Ward Repub- 
lican Club; chancery and corporation law, 
violations of postal regulations, Federal 
Trade Commission. 



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RALPH ROSEN 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 18, 1890 ; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Miss Lillian Elvira Bergen- 
ham, Sept. 7, 1918; at Richmond, Va. ; mem- 
ber Knights of Columbus, Hamilton Club, 
Art Institute ; for seven years trial attor- 
ney Fidelity & Casualty Co. ; instructor at 
Chicago (night) Law School; served as 
Lieutenant of Infantry in World War ; gen- 
eral practice. 





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RALPH ROSEN 

ALBERT G. ROSENBAUM 

Chicago 

Born July 22, 1882, at Chicago ; graduate 
Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1907; married Miss Rachel Ruben- 
stein, Aug. 10, 1901, at St. Joseph, Mich.; 
Clerk for E. C. Hamburgher, J. P., 1902- 
1903, Clerk for Henry Roth, J. P., 1903- 
1905; member Apollo Lodge No. 642 A. F. 
& A. M., National Union Assurance So- 
ciety, Secretary the Society of Benevolence 
and Relief of the Sick; general practice. 



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JOSEPH ROSENBERG 

Chicago 

Born New York, N. Y., July 7, 1887; at- 
tended Chicago Kent College of Law, Uni- 
versity of Denver, Northwestern Univer- 
sity Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1910; married Miss Molly Loewenstein, 
Dec. 31, 1918, at Chicago ; member Idlewild 
Country Club ; engaged in corporation law, 
mechanic's lien and chancery practice. 




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SAMUKL ROSENBLATT 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 12, 1893; graduate of Clii- 
caKO Kent College of Law; admitted to 
Bar, 1914; married Miss Mary Dulsky, 
May 9, 1917, at Chicago; member Waban- 
sia Lodge No. 160 A. F. & A. M., Aryan 
Grotto No. 18 M. O. V. P, Elks, Order of 
B'nai B'ritli ; general practice 



JOSEPH KOSENSTELN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 12, 1886, in Russia ; graduate 
of University of Pennsylvania, A. B., LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1915; married Miss 
Rose Passov. June 30. 1912, at Philadelphia, 
Pa.; member Independent Order of B'nai 
B'rith, Oriental-Hillel Lodge No. 72; gen- 
eral i)ractice. 





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BERTRAM W. ROSENSTONE 

Chicago 

Born Geneseo, 111. ; attended University 
of Iowa and Nortliwestern University, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1904 ; married 
Miss Laura Carrol Janeck, March 30, 1907, 
Aiadi.son, Wis. ; meml)er Phi Alpha Delta 
and Masonic Park Lodge ; general practice ; 
member firm of McCuIloch, McCuUoch & 
Dunbar. 



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JAMES ROSENTHAL 

Chicago 

Born April 10, 1859, at Chicago; grad- 
uate of Lake Forest University, Yale Law 
School; admitted to Bar, Connecticut, 1880, 
Illinois 1880; married Emma Friedman, 
Dec. 23, 1886, at Chicago ; married Cora 
Lindauer, April 14, 1913, at Chicago ; mem- 
ber Board of Education, 1893-1896 ; mem- 
ber (Treas., 1919-20) Chicago Law Insti- 
tute, City and Hamilton Clubs, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations. Kavis- 
loe Country Club ; general practice. 





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JAMES ROSENTHAL 



MICHAEL L. ROSINIA 
Chicago 



Born March 17, 1888, at Chicago; grad- 
uate of Chicago Kent College of Law ; 
admitted to Bar, 1910; married Miss Lina 
Barone, March 4, 1914, at Chicago ; Assist- 
ant State's Attorney, 1915 to 1920; mem- 
ber I. O. O. F., K. of P. ; general practice. 



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WALTER W. ROSS 

Chicago 

Attended Whipple Academy, Jackson- 
ville, 111. ; graduated Princeton College, LL. 
B. and M. A., University of Chicago Law 
School, Harvard Law School, 1890; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1890 ; married Miss Jane Ames, 
May 14, 1891, Chicago; assistant corpora- 
tion Counsel, 1894; member University 
Club, Evanston Golf Club, Bobolink Golf 
Club ; general practice. 




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WILLIAM ROTHMANN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 18. 1866; graduate of North- 
western University Law School. LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1896; married Miss Lura 
K. Houscworth, Dec. 17, 1890, at Pontiac, 
111.; Assistant City Attorney, 1901-1902, 
.Assistant Corporation Counsel, 1902-1905, 
Member Board of Education, 1912-1915; 
member Chicago, Illinois, State and Amer- 
ican Bar Associations, Woodlawn Park 
Lodge No. 841 A. F. & A. M., Jackson Park 
Chapter No. 222 R. A. M., R. & S. M., 
Woodlawn Commandery No. 76 K. T., Iro- 
quois, American Unity and Law Clubs ; 
general practice. 



BENJAMIN P. RUEKBERG 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 26. 1883 ; graduate of Illinois 
College of Law. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1904; married Miss Anna Lazar, Sept. 5, 
1909. at Chicago; member A. F. & A. M., 
East Gate Lodge No. 923 Knights of 
Pythias, Hamlet Lodge No. 539, Chicago 
Bar Association, Covenant Club. 





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CHARLES O. RUNDALL 

Chicago 

Bom July 5, 1885, at Ridgeway, Wis.; 
graduate of Northwestern University and 
Northwestern University Law School, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1906 ; married 
Miss Mary Jo Worster, June 20, 1911, at 
Odcl, la. ; member, Chicago, Illinois State 
aiid American Bar Associations, Legal Club 
of Chicago, Evanston Countr\% University 
(Chicago) and Evanston Golf Clubs. Sigma 
Chi Fraternity; member of firm Barthell, 
Fitts & Rundall ; general practice. 



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JOSEPH P. RYAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 21, 1887, at Chicago; graduate 
of De La Salle Institute, Chicago Kent 
College of Law, Chicago Business Law 
School, Worsham School of Embalming; 
admitted to Bar, 1914; married Nov. 1916, 
at Chicago; Assistant Attorney General, 
1915, Delegate National Convention, 1916, 
Assistant State's Attorney at time of pub- 
lication ; member Knights of Columbus ; 
general practice. 




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JOHN S. RYBICKI 

Chicago 

Born May 29, 1887, at Chicago, 111.; 
educated grammar schools, St. Ignatius and 
St. Stanislaus Kostka Colleges, A. B., Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1912; married Miss Marie 
E. Uczciwek, June 25, 1913, at Chicago, 111. ; 
member Iroquois Club, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Polish Roman Catholic Union of 
America, Polish National Alliance of 
America, Polish Falcons Alliance of Amer- 
ica ; was vice president of the Polish Fal- 
cons Alliance of America for one term, 
president of the second district of the Po- 
lish Falcons Alliance four terms, secretary 
said district for two terms ; general prac- 
tice. 



MICHAEL F. RYAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 20, 1890, in Chicago; grad- 
uate of De La Salle Institute, Chicago Kent 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1911; 
married Miss Marion V. Cahill, Oct. 18, 
1916, at Chicago ; Attorney for Police, 1912, 
Chairman State Council of Defense, Ex- 
emption District 67, also Attorney in War 
Risk Insurance during war; vice president 
Kimbark State Bank ; formerly editor Na- 
tional Police Magazine; member Illinois 
Athletic Club, De La Salle Alumni (for- 
merly President), Chicago Bar Association, 
La Salle Assembly Knights of Columbus, 
and other legal and fraternal organizations ; 
general practice, representing several cor- 
porations and labor organizations. 




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OTTO G. RYDEN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 6, 1874, at Ryssky, Sweden ; 
graduate of Northwestern University, Col- 
lege of Liberal Arts and Law School, Ph. 
B., A. M., LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1905; 
married Mrs. Grace W. Morrison. Sept. 
22, 1918, at Chicago ; Town Clerk, Evans- 
ton, 111., 1901-1904; member Press Club, 
Chicago, Illinois State and American Bar 
Associations, Law Institute, Medinah Tem- 
ple, Oriental Consistory, Knights Templar 
and other Masonic bodies and organiza- 
tions ; church affiliation, Presbyterian ; gen- 
eral civil practice, in both law and chan- 
cery, principally corporation, real estate, 
chancery and probate matters. 



IRA RYNER 

Chicago 

Born Burlington Junction, Mo. ; grad- 
uate University of Nebraska and Harvard 
Law School, LL. B. and A. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1908 ; general practice ; member 
firm Fyffe, Ryner & Dale. 




JOSEPH SABATH 

Chicago 

Born March 2. 1870, at Zabori, Bohemia ; 
graduate of Chicago College of Law, Lake 
Forest Universitv, LL. B., Chicago Law 
School, LL. M.;" admitted to Bar. 1897; 
married Miss Regina Myer, Aug. 9. 1888, at 
Kenosha, Wis. ; Judge Municipal Court, 
Chicago, 1910; appointed Judge Superior 
Court of Cook County to fill vacancy, 1916, 
elected for full term same year ; member 
Chicago, Illinois State and American Bar 
Associations, Lawyers' Association of Illi- 
nois; Mason, Medinah Temple, Moose, Ar- 
}-an Grotto, Royal Arcanum, Elks, Oriental 
Consistory. Iroquois, Press, Covenant, Hyde 
Park American and Idlewild Country 
Clubs ; general practice. 



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PHILIP P. SACHS 

Chicago 

Born Chicago, 111, July 7, 1892; attended 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. and 
LL. M.; admitted to Bar, 1915; married 
Miss Percess M. Brown, March 30, 1919, 
at Boston, Mass. ; member Ramah Lodge 
I. O. B. B, executive committee Chicago 
Council Boy Scouts of America, secretary 
Young Men's Jewish Charities, director 
Marks Nathan Jewish Orphan Home, and 
member Chicago Council Social Agencies. 
Engaged in general practice. 





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LEOPOLD SALTIEL 

Chicago 

Born July 9, 1870, Vienna, Austria ; grad- 
uate of Chicago College of Law, Lake For- 
est University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1898; married Marie Friedman, 1893, at 
Chicago ; member Press Club, National 
Union, North American Gymnastic Union, 
Lawyers' Association of Illinois; general 
practice. 



LEOPOLD SALTIEL 



HENRY J. SANDUSKY 

Chicago 

Born Chicago; graduated Foster Public 
School, R. T. Crane Manual Training High 
School, 1907, Chicago Kent College of Law, 
LL. B., 1914; admitted to Bar, Dec. 10, 
1914; married Miss Rose Palecek ; prose- 
cuting attorney Town of Cicero, June, 1918, 
to date; member National Union Assurance 
Society, Odd Fellows and America Lodge 
889 A. F. & A. M. ; general practice. 



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GEORGE E. SAN'KSTONE 

Chicago 

Born July 16, 1892, at Chicago; grad- 
uate of Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. 
B., LL. M.; admitted to Bar, 1915; mem- 
ber Chicago Bar Association ; general prac- 
tice. 



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GEORGK E. SANKSTOXE 



GEORGE SASS 

Chicago 

Born March 11, 1883, at Chicago; grad- 
uate of University of Chicago, Ph. B., 
J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1907; married 
Bernice Morris, Nov. 11, 1916, at Chi- 
cago ; member Chicago and Illinois State 
Bar Associations. 




WARD B. SAWYER 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 17, 1868, Streator, 111.; at- 
tended Northwestern University, Ph. M., 
Northwestern University Law School; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1893; attorney for public 
administrator and public guardian Cook 
County for 5 years ; master in chancery 
Superior Court, 1904; member Chicago and 
Illinois State Bar .A^ssociations, Beta Theta 
Pi, and Hamilton, Kenwood and Glen View 
Clubs. 



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KICKHAM SCANLAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 23, 1864; attended public 
schools, Washington, D. C, Notre Dame 
University, Union College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1893; married Miss Sadie 
Conway at Chicago in 1890; elected Judge 
of the Circuit Court, Cook County, in 1909, 
re-elected in 1915, term expiring in 1921. 




GEORGE L. SCHEIN 

Chicago 

Born July 4, 1888; graduate of North- 
western University and Lake Forest Uni- 
versity Law Department, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1910; married Miss Louise Mayer, 
Oct. 26, 1918, at Chicago ; member Lawyers' 
Association of Chicago, Chicago Associa- 
tion of Commerce, Press, Edgewater Beach 
Yacht and Old Colony Clubs, Elks ; general 
practice and trial lawyer. 



GEORGE L. SCHEIN 



ELMER SCHLESINGER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 20, 1880, at Chicago; graduate 
of Harvard School, Harvard University, 
B. A., Harvard Law School, LL. D. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1903; married Miss Halle 
Schaffner, Oct. 30, 1911, at Chicago; mem- 
ber Harvard Clubs of Chicago, New York 
and Boston, City, Chicago Literary, Long- 
wood Cricket, Illinois Athletic and Lake 
Shore Country Club ; member of firm 
Mayer, Meyer, Austrian & Platt. 



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ROYAL J. SCHMIDT 

Chicago 

Born April 29, 1886, at Davenport, Iowa; 
Rradiiate of Nortlnvcstern University Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1912; mar- 
ried Miss Anna M. Smith, Nov. 1, 1911, at 
Mayvvood, 111. ; general practice. 



ELMER J. SCHNACKENBERG 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 22, 1889; graduate of Univer- 
city of Chicago Law School, LL. B., Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law ; admitted to 
Bar, 1912- married Miss Hazel Elva Bard, 
May 15, 1916, at Chicago; Representative 
in Illinois Legislature, 1913-1914; member 
of various organizations ; general practice. 





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HERBERT A. SCHRYVER 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 28, 1871 ; graduate of Wheaton 
College, Northwestern Law School, A. B., 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1895; married 
Miss Jessie Plumb, April 15, 1906, at 
StPcator. 111. ; Mayor of Wheaton, 111., 
1909-1911; member Hamilton Club; general 
practice. 



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JOSEPH W. SCHULMAN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 24, 1882, at Chicago; grad- 
uate of Elgin Academy, Chicago Law 
School, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1908; mar- 
ried Miss Bessye Edelman, June 14, 1914, at 
Chicago; Assistant Special State's Attorney, 
1916; member Masons, Odd Fellows, 
Knights Pythias, Encampments, Spanish- 
American War Veterans, Camp McKinley; 
served during Spanish-American War in 
San Diego, Cuba, under Gen. Lawton, Gen. 
Shafter and Gen. Wood. 





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WILLIAM SCHULZE- 

Chicago 

Born April 14, 1871 ; admitted to Bar, 
1893 ; Assistant City Prosecutor since 1915 ; 
member Oriental Lodge No. 33, A. F. & 
A. M., Godiva Lodge K. P. ; general prac- 
tice. 



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WILLIAM SCHULZE 



PAUL C. SCHUSSMAN 

Chicago 

Born at Calumetville, Wis. ; graduate of 
Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1903 ; married Miss Pauline Wick- 
ert, July 10, 1904, at Chicago; member 
Lawyers and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Honor Lodge A. F. & A. M. ; general prac- 
tice. 




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CHARLES K. SCHWARTZ 

Chicago 

Born at Norway, Mich. ; graduate of 
Gregg Business College, John Marshall Law 
School, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1913; As- 
sistant State's Attorney 5 years ; last two 
years (1918-1919) U. S. Army; general 
practice. 



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J. C. SCHWARTZ 

Chicago 

Born July 15, 1889; graduate of Temple 
University (Phiiade!i)hia), Chicago Kent 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1910; member B'nai B'rith, Elks and Cove- 
nant Clubs ; general practice. 





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JACOB J. SCHWARTZ 

Chicago 

Born April 28, 1886, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Chicago Atheneum, Chicago Kent Col- 
lege of Law; admitted to Bar. 1915; mar- 
ried Miss Helen Lowenrosen, Jan. 19, 1908, 
at Chicago ; member I. O. O. P., Elks ; gen- 
eral practice. 



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WILLIAM SCHWEMM 

Chicago 

Born April 6, 1875, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago College of Law, Lake Forest 
University ; admitted to Bar, 1896 ; mar- 
ried Miss Jennie B. Musgat, March 5, 1902, 
at Chicago; member Landmark Lodge No. 
422 A. F. & A. M. ; general practice. 




WILLIAM SCHWEMM 



TIMOTHY J. SCOFIELD 

Chicago 

Born March 20, 1856, at Carthage, 111.; 
graduate of Carthage College, A. M. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1879; First Assistant Attor- 
ney General Illinois, 1893-1897, First As- 
sistant City Attorney, Chicago, 1899 ; mem- 
ber Union League and Illinois Athletic 
Clubs ; member of firm Loesch, Scofield & 
Loesch ; general practice and solicitors for 
Pennsylvania R. R. — Western Lines, and 
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 
R. R. Co. 



AVERN B. SCOLNIK 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 18, 1895, at New York, N. Y. ; 
graduate of New York University (College 
of Music), Mus. B., De Paul University, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1917; member Phi 
Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Aviation Club 
of Chicago, Masonic Fraternity and Shrine, 
U. S. Army, 1917-1918; general practice. 




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CHARLES A. SCOTT 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 17, 1888, at Fairmount, Ind.; 
graduate of De Pauw University, Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1915; member Masonic Lodge, Chicago 
Bar Association, Chicago Law Institute; 
insurance law p.nd trial work. 



CHARLES A. SCOTT 

FRANK HAMLINE SCOTT 

Chicago 

Born at Tipton, Iowa ; graduate of North- 
western University, A. B., A. M., North- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1878 ; married Miss Edith 
Krihben, Oct. 10, 1882, at St. Louis, Mo.; 
member Union League ( President 1918- 
1919), Chicago, City (President 1903- 
1904). University. Cliff Dwellers, Latv^ 
(President 1909-1910), and Onwentsia 
Clubs. Old Elm, Chicago Historical So- 
ciety, Chicago Literary Society, American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associa- 
tions ; general practice, but largely corpora- 
tion law. 





FRANK HAMLINE SCOTT 



JAMES A. SCOTT 

Chicago 

Born May 13, 1864, at Atlanta, Ga. ; edu- 
cated Maryville College (Tenn.) ; admitted 
to Bar in Mississippi and in 1890 in Illi- 
nois ; Assistant State's Attorney under 
John E. W. Wayman, in charge of habeas 
coi^pus and extradition matters ; author of 
"Scott on Interstate Rendition (Extradi- 
tion)" and "Law of Arrest"; at time of 
publication he is writing a book entitled 
"Habeas Corpus." 



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JAMES HERRINGTON SCOTT 

Chicago 

Born March 29, 1879, at St. Charles, 111.; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law, 
LL. B., L. M. ; admitted to Bar, 1913; al- 
derman 2d Ward, Geneva, 111. ; member 
Delta Chi Fraternity, Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion, Geneva Golf Club; orator of class, 
1913, Director Speakers' Bureau Central 
Division, American Red Cross Christmas 
Roll Call. 




JAMES HERRINGTOX SCOTT 



ROBERT BRUCE SCOTT 

Chicago 

Born 1874, at Kaneville, 111. ; graduate of 
Universities of Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, 
Chicago and Berlin ; admitted to Bar, 1897 ; 
member American and Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciations ; Union League, University and 
Cosmos (W^ashington) Clubs; general so- 
licitor Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. 



THOMAS F. SCULLY 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 5, 1870, at Chicago ; educated 
Holy Family School and Jesuit College, LL. 
B., Lake Forest University ; admitted to 
Bar, 1896; married Miss Alarry Maddenj 
attorney for City Comptroller, 1903-1905, 
member of State Board of Equalization, 
1900-1904, County Judge from 1914 till his 
death (Sept., 1919) ; member Royal League, 
Knights of Columbus, Catholic Order of 
Foresters and the Iroquois Club. 




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CORNELIUS S. SEE 

Chicago 

Born New Brunswick, N. S., Sept. 29, 
1847; Kraduate Kutger's College, A. B. and 
A. AI.; admitted to Bar, 1871 ; married Jus- 
tine D. Towle, 1872, in New Jersey; 32d 
degree Mason, Scottish Kite, Past Master 
Lodge of the Temple, Jersey City, N. J., 
member American, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Associations and Lawyers Asso- 
ciation of Illinois ; engaged in general prac- 
tice. 



DONALD J. SEELEY 

Chicago 

Born April 22, 1894 ; graduate of De Paul 
University; admitted to Bar, 1918; member 
Chicago Bar Association, Delta Theta Phi; 
general practice. 





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ARTHUR B. SEIBOLD 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 4, 1873, at Washington, D. C. ; 
graduate of Lewis Institute, Columbian 
University, LL. M. ; admitted to Bar. 1898 ; 
married Miss Ethel D. Warrens, June 18, 
1903, at Vancouver, Wash, ; member Phi 
Kappa Psi, University Club (Chicago), 
Skokie and Ouilmette Country Clubs ; pat- 
ent law; member firm Jones, Addington, 
Ames and Seibold. 



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HENRY M. SELIGMAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 8, 1872; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to bar, 
1895 ; married Miss Phenie Lichtenstein, 
June 26, 1901, at Detroit, Mich. ; Special 
Assistant County Attorney, 1905, Special 
Assistant Attorney General 1906, Chief As- 
sistant City Prosecutor, 1907-1911; member 
Kilivinning Lodge A. F. & A. M., Inde- 
pendent Order B'nai B'rith ; general prac- 
tice. 




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EDWARD M. SEYMOUR 

Chicago 

Born May 2, 1859 ; educated public 
schools, Beauharnais College, A. B., Kent 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1895 ; married Dr. Lillian R. Hobbs, M. D., 
July 12, 1907, at Michigan City, Ind. ; mem- 
ber K. P., Cook County Democracy, Chi- 
cago Motor Club, W. O. W., Am. Flag 
Day Association, Lawyers Association of 
Illinois, Chicago Law Institute, 111. State 
Bar Association ; registered No. 6772 U. S. 
Patent Olifice, Washington, D. C. ; general 
practice, extensively criminal. 




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HENRY M. SELIGMAN 

GEORGE A. SEXTEL 

Sullivan 

Born March 3, 1873 ; educated common 
school. High School (Sullivan) ; admitted 
to Bar, 1896; iriarried Miss Winifred Titus, 
June 27, 1918, at Sullivan; Master in 
Chancery Moultrie County, 1895 ; received 
successive appointments of 2 years each to 
1915; Circuit Judge 6th Judicial Circuit, 
1915 (term expiring 1921) ; member Ma- 
sonic Blue Lodge, Chapter, Commandery, 
Shrine, Consistory, 32d degree Mason, Elks, 
Decatur Club (Decatur, 111.), Y. M. C. A.; 
chancery and common law practice. 




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ANGUS ROY SHANNON 

Chicago 

Born March 27, 1873, at Rochester, N. Y.; 
graduate of Armour Institute, University 
of Michigan, Northwestern University; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1896; married Turbie Taft 
Shannon ; Assistant Attorney and Attorney 
Board of Education. Chicago, 1899-1919; 
member American, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Associations, Law, University and 
Iroquois Clubs, Masonic orders; public law, 
corporation and real estate law ; general 
practice. 



AXGIS ROY SHANNON 

XEIL J. SHANNON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 21, 1855, at Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada; graduate of Nichols •Collegiate 
Academy (Montreal). Chicago Kent Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1909; 
married Miss Ada M. Lowrie. April 22, 
1896. at Chicago; Assistant to Probate 
Judge. Cook County. 1890-1912; member 
Irish Fellowship Club, American Irish His- 
torical Society-, Royal Arcanum, North 
American Union, Knights of Columbus, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Lawyers Association of Illinois ; married 
Louise F. Kelly, March 1, 1881, who died 
Jan. 2. 1892. 





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NEIL J. SHANNON 



MEYER SHAPIRO 

Chicago 

Born April 20. 1889. in Russia ; graduate 
"of John Marshall Law School ; admitted to 
Bar, 1910; married Miss Tillie Mandelstam, 
Feb. 4, 1919, at Chicago; general practice. 



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RALPH MARTIN SHAW 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 18, 1869, at Paris, Ky. ; grad- 
uate of Kentucky University, A. B., Yale, 
Student Law Department, University of 
Michigan; admitted to Bar, 1892; married 
(1st) Mary Stephens (now deceased), Aug. 
29, 1896, at Geneva, Switzerland; Louise 
Shepherd Tyler (2d), Sept. 29. 1914; mem- 
ber Chicago, Saddle & Cycle, University 
(Chicago), Onwentsia, Yale (Chicago and 
New York City), Mid-day, Old Elm, Shore 
Acres, Metropolitan (Washington) and 
Chevy Chase (Md.) Clubs; director of 
Union Stockyard & Transit Co., Chicago 
River & Indiana R. R. Co., Joliet & North- 
ern Indiana R. R. Co., U. S. Brewing Co., 
McAvoy Brewing Co., Wacker & Birk 
Brewing & Malting Co., Chicago Breweries, 
Ltd., Joyce & Co., American Creosoting Co., 
Federal Creosoting Co., American Tar 
Products Co., Horlicks' Malted Milk Co., 
Stewart Mfg. Corporation; member of firm 
Winston, Strawn & Shaw; general counsel 
Chicago Great Western R. R. and Chicago 
River & Indiana R. R. Co. 




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HENRY S. SHEDD 



JAAIES M. SHEEAN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 28, 1866, at Galena, 111. ; grad- 
uate of Beloit College, A. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1889 ; member University, City, Law, 
South Shore Country, Flossmoor, Mid Day, 
Iroquois and Cosmos (Washington) Clubs; 
member Chicago Bar Association. 




RALPH MARTIN SHAW 



HENRY S. SHEDD 

Chicago 

Born June 12, 1861, at Whitewater, Wis.; 
graduate of Beloit College, University of 
Wisconsin, B. A., Chicago College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1889; married 
Miss Helen J. Underwood, Oct. 12, 1892, at 
Appleton, Wis. ; member University Club of 
Evanston, Chicago Bar Association ; general 
practice, giving special attention to probate, 
real estate, trusts and corporation law. 




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FRANK W. SHEPHERD 

Elgin 

Born Feb. 28, 1876, at Dundee, 111. ; grad- 
uate of Leland Stanford Jr. Univer.sity, 
University of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1899; unmarried; served in Illinois 
Legislature, 1909-1915; Past Exalted Ruler 
Elgin Lodge No. IZl B. P. O. Elks, mem- 
ber Masons ; general practice. 



FRANK \V. SHEPHERD 



WILLIAM D. SHEPHERD 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 15, 1875, at Anderson, Ind. ; 
graduate of Indiana University, Indiana 
School of Law: admitted to Bar, 1897; mar- 
ried Miss Julie M. Graf, Jan. 14, 1902, 
Salina, Kans. ; member Hamilton Club, Chi- 
cago Law and Art Institutes, Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations ; corporation 
work in general, but more especially for- 
mation, consolidation and merger of cor- 
porations. 




JOHN JAMES SHERLOCK 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 3, 1881, at Summit, 111. ; grad 
uate John Marshall Law School. LL. B. 
admitted to Bar, 1902; married Miss Ethe 
May Doss. Aug. 11, 1918, at Cicero, 111. 
Attorney, Town of Cicero, 1902-1911, mem- 
ber Board of Education, Dist. 99. Cicero 
1905-1914, Attorney, Board of Education 
Dist. 99, Cicero, 1914 to date; member Chi- 
cago and Illinois State Bar Associations 
surviving member of firm Mastin & Sher- 
lock ; general practice, but largely corpora- 
tion. 



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WILLIAM A. SHERWIN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 1, 1889; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Southern California, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1913; married Nell Haniman, 
May 6, 1916, at Lake Geneva, Wis.; Mason; 
corporation law practice. 




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EDWARD E. SHINNICK 

Chicago 

Born May 20, 1880, at Watertown, Wis. ; 
graduate of Sacred Heart College (Water- 
town), Illinois College of Law; admitted 
to Bar, 1906; married Miss Anna Ursula 
Hogan, Jan. 25, 1911, at Chicago; Attorney 
for United Grocers and Butchers Associa- 
tion of Chicago, 1908 to date ; member Illi- 
nois State Bar Association, Lawyers Asso- 
ciation of Illinois, National Union, Alpha 
Kappa Pi Fraternity ; general practice, spe- 
cializing in food laws. 



BENEDICT J. SHORT 

Chicago 

Born in McHenry County, 111. ; graduate 
of Northwestern University, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1894; married Mercie M. Simp- 
son, Sept. 3, 1908, at Philadelphia, Pa.; 
Trial Lawyer State's Attorney, 1906-1908, 
First Assistant State's Attorney, 1908-1912; 
member Hamilton Club, Elks. Illinois State 
and Chicago Bar Associations. 




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GEORGE SHRIBER 

Chicago 

Born Wayne County, Ohio, Jan. 28, 1866; 
attended University of Ohio, University of 
Michi>>:an and Illinois College of Law, LL. 
13. ; admitted to Bar, 1905 ; married Anna 
Loncries, Nov. 14, 1895, at Orrville, Ohio; 
served as Assistant City Attorney, City of 
Chicago, 1906-1910; member Masonic orders 
and Lawyers Association of Illinois; spe- 
cializes in personal injury practice. 



ARTHUR J. SHUTAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 1, 1886; graduate of West 
Florida Seminary, Florida State College, 
University of Florida, LL. B., A. B., Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1908; married Miss May Flower, 
Nov. 2, 1915, at Chicago; meml)er Masonic 
orders, B. P. O. E., K. of P., I. O. B. B. ; 
general practice in all courts, specializing in 
corporation law. 





ARTHUR J. SHUTAN 



AUGUST F. W. SIEBEL 

Chic.\go 

Born March 3, 1877; graduate of Lake 
Forest University. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1903; married Miss Anna Michaelis, at Chi- 
cago; private of Co. G, 3d Inf. 111. Vol. war 
with Spain, 1898; Capt. 2d Inf. I. N. G., 
1913-1918; Capt. 2d 111. Inf. in Mexican Bor- 
der Service, 1916, Capt. Co. C, 132d Inf. in 
war with Germany, Department Commander 
Department of Illinois U. S. W. V., 1910, 
Judge Advocate General, U. S. W. V. in 
1912; member American Unity Club, Buena 
Park Presbyterian Church, A. F. & A. M., 
A. A. S. R. of F., A. A. O. N. M. S., I. O. 
O. F., Columbia Camp No. 2, Dept. of 111. 
U. S. W. v., Chicago Bar Association, Illi- 
nois Lawyers Association, Platte Deutsche 
Gilde ; general practice. 



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GEORGE ROY SIEGER 

Chicago 

Born July 30, 1869; graduate of Johns 
Hopkins University Law Department, Uni- 
versity of Maryland, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1901 ; member of A. F. & A. AL; mem- 
ber of firm Sieger, Schaf & Nef¥; general 
civil practice. 





GEORGE ROV SIEGER 



FREDERICK D. SILBER 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 31, 1873, at Milwaukee; grad- 
uate of University of Wisconsin, B. S. in 
Electrical Engineering; admitted to Bar, 
1897 ; married Beatrice C. Cahn, Jan. 3, 1899, 
at Chicago ; member Citi% Illinois Athletic, 
Lake Shore Country Clubs, Wisconsin So- 
ciety, American Societj' Advancement of 
Science. Chicago, Illinois State and Amer- 
ican Bar Associations. Chicago Law Insti- 
tute ; corporation, real estate, tax and in- 
surance law and litigated matters. 



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FRED B. SILSBEE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 15, 1873, at Montrose, Pa.; 
graduate of Northwestern University Law 
School ; admitted to Bar, 1897 ; married 
Miss Mary Hormell, June 26, 1901. at Ore- 
gon, 111. ; Alderman and City Attorney, Ore- 
gon, 111. ; member Alasons, I. O. O. F. ; gen- 
eral practice, principally commercial, cor- 
poration and real estate law. 




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HERMAN V. SILVERTRUST 

Chicago 

Born July 19, 1892, at Warsaw ; graduate 
De Paul University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1914; married Miss Mabel Elkins, 
June 29, 1916, at Chicago; member of East 
Gate Lodge No. 923 A. F. & A. M. ; gen- 
eral practice. 



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UKRMAN V. SILVERTRUST 

EDWIN W. SIMS 
Chicago 
Born June 4, 1870, at Hamilton, Ont., 
Canada ; graduate of Bay City Academy, 
University of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1894; married Miss Charlotte Smith, 
Feb. 9, 1898, at Chicago ; County Attorney 
Cook County, 1900-1903, Solicitor Depart- 
ment of Commerce, Washington, 1903-1906, 
U. S. Attorney. Chicago, 1906-1911, member 
Alaskan Fur Seal Advisory Board, 1909; 
member Union League, Midlothian, South 
Shore Country, Law and Forty Clubs, Chi- 
cago. Illinois State and American Bar Asso- 
ciations. Michigan Society of Chicago, Ori- 
ental Consistory, Mystic Shrine ; member of 
firm Sims, Welch & Godman. 





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EDWIN W. SIMS 



EDMUND M. SINNOTT 

Chicago 

Born July 26, 1887, at Chicago ; graduate 
of St. Ignatius College, A. B., Loyola Uni- 
versity, A. M., LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
t910; assistant attorney for Sanitary Dis- 
trict of Chicago, 1913-1917; member Chi- 
cago Bar Association and of fraternal or- 
ganizations ; general practice. 



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JOHN C. SLADE 

Chicago 

Born at Kelloggsville, N. Y. ; graduate of 
Yale University, B. A., Yale Law School, 
LL. B. : admitted to Bar, 1907 ; married 
Miss Katharine Keyes, Oct. 2, 1909, at 
Evanston, 111. ; Alderman, Evanston, 1917 to 
date; member University, Mid-Day, Glen- 
view Golf and Evanston Comitry Clubs, 
American Legion; member firm Winston, 
Strawn & Shaw. 





JOHN C. SLADE 

MAURICE J. SLATER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 18, 1885, at Pittsburg, Texas; 
graduate of Illinois and Webster College of 
Law; admitted to Bar, 1914; married Feb. 
15, 1912, at Aurora, III; member Chicago 
Bar Association, Lawyers Association of 
Illinois, Humboldt Park Lodge No. 813 A. 
F. & A. M., United Order of Foresters; 
general practice. 



MAURICE J. slater 



ROBERT J. SLATER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 25, 1876, at Taylorville, 111.; 
graduate of Chicago College of Law ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1899; married Miss Leah 
Miriam Curzon, June 15, 1900, at Effingham, 
111. ; member Iroquois, Law and Evanston 
Golf Clubs, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations, A. F. & A. M. 




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ROBERT J. SLATER 



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JAMKS M. SLATTIRi' 



JAMES M. SLATTERY 

Chicago 

Born July 29, 1878, at Chicago; graduate 
of St. Ignatius College, Illinois College of 
Law, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1908; mar- 
ried Miss Alice Beever, July 28, 1902, at 
Chicago; Supt. of Public Service Cook 
County, 1910-1912, Assistant Attorney San- 
itary District Chicago, 1913-1919; member 
Illinois Athletic Club, Elks, Knights of 
Columbus; was one of organizers and first 
secretary of Webster College of Law. 



JOSEPH G. SLOTTOW 

Chicago 

Born April 13, 1885, Winnipeg, Canada; 
attended Valparaiso University and Chicago 
Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1909; married Miss Marion Stadeker, Jan. 
5, 1916, Chicago; member Hamilton Club, 
Elks and Masons; general practice. 




JULIUS F. SMIETANKA 

Chicago 

Born May 31, 1872, in Chicago; graduate 
of Kent College of Law, LL. B.; admitted 
to Bar, 1894; married; director Xorthwest- 
ern Trust & Savings Bank, member Board 
of Education, 1909-1912 and 1912-1914, Col- 
lector Internal Revenue for 1st Illinois Dis- 
trict, 1914 to 1920; member of City and 
Iroquois Clubs, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations, several fraternal organi- 
zations, and member Executive Committee 
of Associated Catholic Charities of Chicago. 



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GLEN E. SMITH 

Chicago 

Born April 19, 1888 ; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin, B. S., LL. B. and Elec- 
trical Engineer; admitted to Bar, 1913; 
member Evanston Golf Club, University 
Club of Evanston, Masonic order; patent 
law. 





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HOMER J. SMITH 

Chicago 

Born 1885, at Clinton, 111.; graduated 
Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1912; married Miss Dorothy 
Valentine. March 28, 1907, at Chicago, 111. ; 
member Woodlawn Park Club, Masonic, K. 
P., Knights and Ladies of Security, Chicago 
Bar Association ; general practice. 



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HOMER J. SMITH 



NATHAN S. SMYSER 

Chicago 

Born at Fort Wayne, Ind. ; graduate of 
Princeton University, A. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1900 ; member University and Floss- 
moor Country Clubs ; general practice. 



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FREDERICK W. SNIDER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 5. 1887; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan Law School; admitted to 
Bar. 191 1 ; member Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion ; Sergeant Co. C 1st Bn. Inf. Replace- 
ment and Training Camp. Camp McArthur, 
Texas, 1918 ; general civil practice. 



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FREDERICK W. SNIDER 



GEORGE E. SXYDER 

, Chicago 

Born Sept. 27. 1893 ; attended State Uni- 
versity of Iowa, B. A., and Chicago Kent 
College of Law, LL. D. ; admitted to Bar, 
1918; general practice. 





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GEORGE E. SNYDER 



CYRIL A. SOANS 



Chicago 

Born May 31, 1884; graduate of Univer- 
sity College (Nottingham, England), John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B.. New York 
Law School; admitted to Bar, 1915; married 
Miss Mary A. Finn, June 14, 1913, at New 
York ; member Standard Lodge A. F. & 
A. M.. City Club, Chicago Bar Association, 
Patent Law Association, American Institute 
of Electrical Engineers, American Associa- 
tion of Engineers; patent, trade mark, un- 
fair competition and copyright law. 



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CYRIL A. SOANS 



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HYMAN SOBOROFF 

Chicago 

Born May 15, 1886; graduate of Kent 
College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1908; married Miss Beatrice D. Cohen, Dec. 
4, 1909, at Chicago ; member Royal League ; 
general practice, specializing in mechanics' 
lien matters. 





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HYMAN SOBOROFF 



IRVING J. SOLOMON 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 18, 1885, at Philadelphia; 
graduate of University of Chicago, Ph. B., 
University of Chicago Law School, J. D. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1909; married Miss Edith 
Neuman, Feb. 10, 1915. at Chicago; member 
Chicago Bar Association. 



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IRVING J. SOLOMON 



CHARLES J. SOPKIN 

Chicago 

Born in Russia; graduate of Lewis In- 
stitute, Kent College of Law, LL B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1919 ; married Miss Ida 
Faden, Sept. 6, 1913, at Chicago; member 
Chicago Bar Association, Lawyers Asso- 
cation of Illinois, Peoples Educational Al- 
liance, Bogopoler Aid Fraternity, Vinitzer 
Aid Fraternity, Berzowkor Aid Fraternity, 
I. O. B. S. ; general practice. 



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GEORGE J. SPATUZZA 

Chicago 

Graduate of Northwestern University, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1917; general 
practice. 



CHARLES C SPENCER 

Chicago 

Born in McLean County, Illinois. April 
11, 1867; graduated University of Michigan, 
B. L. ; admitted to Bar, 1892; married Miss 
Margaret Wilson (deceased), Oct. 20, 1890, 
at Alma, 111.; member American. Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations, Law 
Institute and Lawj'ers Association of Illi- 
nois ; general practice, tending more to Neg- 
ligence and Insurance cases. 





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CHARLES C. SPENCER 



MRS MARY BELLE SPENCER 

Chicago 

Graduate of Northwestern University 
Law School. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1917 ; 
Public Guardian Cook Count}', August, 1918, 
k} December, 1921 ; general law practice. 



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MRS. MARY BEU,E SPEXCER 



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387 



LEO SPITZ 
Chicago 



Born June 30, 1888, at Chicago ; graduate 
of University of Chicago, Ph. B., J. D. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1910; ^Assistant Attorney 
Sanitary District ; corporation and general 
practice. 





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LEO SPITZ 



SAMUEL SPITZER 

Chicago 

Born June 12, 1884 ; attended University 
of Michigan, B. A. and LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1908; married Miss Anna Singer, 
June, 1914, Chicago ; member A. F. & A. M., 
John Corsair Smith Lodge, Chicago Bar 
Association ; general and corporation prac- 
tice. 



SAMUEL SPITZER 



SHERMAN C. SPITZER 

Chicago 

Born Elgin, 111., Feb. 2, 1871; graduated 
University of Michigan Literary Depart- 
ment, B. S., 1893, Law Department, LL. B., 
1894; admitted to Bar, 1894; married Nel- 
lie E. Tefft, 1899, at Elgin, 111.; member 
Oak Park Country Club, American, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations ; is sec- 
retary of Chicago Title & Trust Company; 
specializes in real estate law. 



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CHARLES BURKE STAFFORD 

Chicago 

Born at New Orleans ; graduate of Tu- 
lane University of Louisiana, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1886; married Miss Matilda 
Rose, Dec. 1, 1897, at Chicago; member 
Masonic orders. Elks, Illinois Athletic Club; 
member firm of Sabath, Stafford & Sabath ; 
general trial lawyer. 



DAVID D. STANSBURY 

Chicago 

Born June 30, 1882, at Galesburg, 111.; 
graduate of Chicago Kent College of Law; 
admitted to Bar, 1905 ; married Ella Cather- 
ine Rolfes, Dec. 19, 1914, at Chicago; As- 
sistant U. S. Attorney, 1913-1915 ; member 
Union League Club. Delta Chi Fraternity, 
Chicago Bar Association ; general practice. 





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DAVID D. STANSBURY 



WILLIAM J. STAPLETON 

Chicago 

Born April 7, 1866, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Chicago College of Law, LL. B., Lake 
Forest University; admitted to Bar, 1889; 
married Miss Cora Van Slyke, of Lake 
Mills, Wis., Sept. 8, 1889, at Chicago; As- 
sistant City Attorney, 1899-1903, Special 
Counsel City Chicago, 1906-1908, member 
(Jater chairman) Draft Board Div. 59, 1917- 
1919; member Chicago, Illinois State and 
American Bar Associations, Iroquois Club, 
Board of Managers, Patriotic League of 
26th Ward ; general practice. 



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AIERKITT STARR 

Chicago 

Graduate Harvard, A. B., LL. B., Oberlin 
College, A. B., A. M. ; admitted to Bar, 
1881; married October, 1881, at Chicago; 
village attorney Winnetka, 1894-1895, New 
Trier Township Board of Education, 1899- 
1907, attorney for State of Illinois to pro- 
tect water rights, 1907-1914, member Union 
League, University, Skokie Country, Chi- 
cago Literary and Chicago Law Clubs, 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations, Chicago Law Institute ; mem- 
ber of firm Aliller, Starr, Brown, Packard 
& Peckham ; general practice, corporate or- 
ganization and reorganization, relation of 
public utilities to governmental regulations. 




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MERRITT STARR 



EDWARD ST. CLAIR 

Chicago 

Born July 3, 1869 ; admitted to Bar, 1895 ; 
married Miss M. Kathryn Luckey, 1905, at 
Chicago ; member Chicago Law Institute ; 
with North American Accident Insurance 
Co. ; insurance law exclusively. 



LEWIS A. STEBBINS 

Chicago 

Born June 1, 1863, in Bradford County, 
Pa. ; graduate of University of Kansas, LL, 
B.; admitted to Bar, 1889; married Miss 
Katie Selden, Sept. 15, 1885, at Alma, Kan. ; 
member Union League, City, Iroquois and 
Chicago Literary Clubs ; General Counsel 
National Life Ins. Co. of U. S. A., Western 
Alliance Insurance Co., Central Bond & 
Mortgage Co. ; chiefly insurance and cor- 
poration law practice. 




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WILLIAM KARR STEELE 



WILLIAM KARR STEELE 

Chicago 

Born April 1, 1879, at Springfield, Ohio; 
graduate of Chicago College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1900; married Daisy 
M. Gauss, June 1, 1904. at Chicago; member 
Chicago, Illinois State and American Bar 
Associations, Lawyers Association of Illi- 
nois, Master of Edgewater Lodge No. 901, 
A. F. & A. M. ; general civil practice. 



KENNETH D. STEERE 

Chicago 

Born April 7, 1884. at Iowa Falls, Iowa ; 
graduate of State University of Iowa, B. A., 
Northwestern University, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1909; married Miss Grace Duffield, 
1908, at Marshalltown, Iowa; member 
Skokie Country and University Clubs ; re- 
tired from active practice. 




FRED L. STEERS 

Chicago 

Born May 21, 1887, in Chicago ; graduate 
of University of Notre Dame ; admitted to 
Bar, 1912; married Maye M. Miller, July 8, 
1914, at Chicago; Assistant United States 
District Attorney during World War, as- 
signed to neutrality matters; member Board 
of Governors of Amateur Athletic Union 
of U. S. ; member Normal Park Lodge No. 
797, A. F. & A. M., Illinois Athletic Club, 
Notre Dame Club of Chicago (President 
1917-1919). 



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WALTER P. STEFFEN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 9, 1885, at Chicago; graduate 
of University of Chicago, Ph. B., Univer- 
sity of Chicago Law School, J. D. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1912; married Miss Pearl Fos- 
ter, Jan. 1, 1913, at Kalamazoo, Mich. ; Al- 
derman 23d Ward. 1916-1919; memher Ma- 
sons, Consistory, Shrine; general practice. 





W^ALTER p. STEFFEN 



ALVIN E. STEIN 
Chicago 



Born July 23, 1891 ; graduate John Mar- 
shall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Miss Eleanor Lowenberg, 
Feb. 16, 1919, at Chicago ; member A. F. & 
A. M., Royal Arcanum, Phi Delta Alpha, 
Si^ Blackstone Chapter, L O. F. S. of I. ; gen- 
^"~-^ral practice in all courts. 



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ALVIN E. STEIN 



MYER J. STEIN 

Chicago 

Born at New York, N. Y. ; graduate of 
Washington Military Academy, Columbia 
College, A. B.. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1890; married Miss Fannie Wachner, April, 
1908, at Akron, Ohio ; member New York 
Legislature, 1890-1891, Solicitor Illinois 
State Senate, 1909-1916; member_Empire 
City Lodge A. F. Sr-Ar; "M., Ofder~B'fith 
Abraham, Order B'nai B'rith, West Sub- 
urban League ; general practice, but spe- 
cializing in corporation law and in the 
drafting and revision of legislative enact- 
ments. 




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WILLIAM B. STEINBERG 

Chicago 

Born at New York, N. Y. ; graduate of 
John Marshall Law School, LL. B., North- 
ern Illinois University, LL. M. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1916; married Evelyn Hirschtritt, 
May 15, 1915, at Chicago; member Berger 
Lodge P. O. \V. ; general practice and 
mechanics' liens. 



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WILLIAM n. STEINBERG 

JULIUS L. STEINER 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 19, 1894, at San PVancisco, 
Cal. : graduate of Baldwin-Wallace Uni- 
versity (Ohio). Chicago Kent College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1917; mar- 
ried Miss Elsie Weise of Chicago, Dec. 22, 
1917, while serving in U. S. Army at Waco, 
Texas ; member Phi Alpha Delta Fraternitv, 
Emblem Lodge No. 984 A. F. & A. M.; 
general practice. 





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JAMES A. STEVEN 

Chicago 

Born at Ransom, III.; graduate of North- 
western Normal, B. S., Chicago College of 
Law, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1899 ; mar- 
ried Miss Josephine E. Mosher, June 30, 
1897, at Chicago; State Representative, 
1919-1920: member Hamilton Club and 
various Masonic bodies. 



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EDWARD J. STEVENS 

Chicago 

Born at Janesville, Wis. ; graduate of 
Beloit College, Ph. B., Harvard University, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1897 ; married 
Katherine Jones, Jan. 6, 1912, at Kalamazoo, 
Mich. ; member University, South Shore 
Country and Hamilton Clubs ; director and 
attorney Woodlawn Trust & Savings Bank. 




OSCAR A. STOFFELS 

Chicago 

Born July 21, 1881 ; graduate of John 
Marshall Lav^r School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1911; married Emma M. Walters, May 
7, 1904, at Chicago ; general practice. 



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ROBERT H. STOLE 

Chicago 

Born April 1, 1872; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1894; 
member of firm of Stoll & Shepherd. 




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DAVID G. STONE 

Chicago 

Born June 20, 1890. at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago Kent College of Law, 1917; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1917; married Agnes T. De- 
lot, Dec. 6, 1919, at Chicago ; member Crys- 
tal Lodge No. 1025 A. F. & A. M., Cragin 
Camp 4545. M. W. of A., Balder Lodge L 
O. S.. Oscar II Lodge 129, V. of A.; served 
with Di.xie Division (31st) during World 
War ; general practice. 



NORMAN ARTHUR STREET 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 8, 1876; graduate of Coulter's 
University School, Yale College, B. A., 
Northwestern University Law School. LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1901 ; married Miss 
Luelia E. O'Neil. June 4, 1910, at Chicago; 
member Indian Hill Golf and University 
Clubs ; corporation, patent, trade mark law 
and patent litigation. 





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WALLACE STREETER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 12, 1883, at Belvidere, 111.; 
graduate of Law Dept. University of Michi- 
gan, John Marshall Law School. LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1907 ; married Miss Anne 
Hannon, Jan. 14, 1905, at Chicago ; Sec. to 
Corporation Counsel, Chicago, 1905-1907; 
Special Assistant Attorney General of Illi- 
nois, 1913-1917; Sec. U. S. Senate Commit- 
tee of Dept. of State, 1917; 1st Lieut Judge 
Advocate U. S. Army, 1918-1919; member 
Sons of American Revolution, City and 
Iroquois Clubs, Waubansia Lodge, A. F. & 
A. M., Chicago Bar Association, Chicago 
Law Institute ; general practice, largely be- 
fore Federal Depts. and commissions. 



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FELIX J. STREYCKMANS 

Chicago 

Born April 22, 1876 ; attended common 
schools of Chicago; admitted to Bar, 1904; 
married Miss Maud M. Brown, June 18, 
1902, Chicago ; Assistant Attorney General ; 
member Hamilton Club ; general practice, 
interstate commerce and public utilities. 




FELIX J. STREYCKMANS 



BOETIUS H. SULLIVAN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 18. 1885; graduate of Andover, 
Yale, Harvard Law; admitted to Bar, 1914; 
married Loretta Connery, Dec. 27, 1911, at 
Chicago; State Counsel for Illinois of U. S. 
Alien Property Custodian, April, 1918, to 
date ; member Knights of Columbus, Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Delta Kappa Epsilon, Chicago Athletic As- 
sociation, Yale (Chicago), Harvard (Chi- 
cago), Mid Day, University and Edgewater 
Golf Clubs ; member of firm Cooke, Sulli- 
van & Ricks. 



DENIS E. SULLIVAN 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 16, 1869, at Kewanee, 111. ; at- 
tended Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1894; married Miss Marie 
Carlisle Mullins, Jan. 17, 1900; member 40th 
(regular and special sessions), 41st and 
42nd general assemblies of Illinois ; Assist- 
ant Corporation Counsel of Chicago, 1897- 
1901 ; Judge Superior Court since 1911, term 
expires in 1923 ; member American Irish 
Historical Society, Elks, Knights of Colum- 
bus, Moose, Irish Fellowship and South 
Shore Country Clubs. 



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JOHN J. SULLIVAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 20, 1880, at Chicago, 111.; at- 
tended Chicago Normal School. Ciiicago 
Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1906 ; married Katherine Britain, June 25, 
1913, at Ciiicago. III. ; blaster in Chancery, 
Superior Court, 1911-1912; Judge, Municipal 
Court, 1912-1916; Judge Superior Court, 
1916 — ; member Iroquois Club, Knights of 
Columbus, Royal Arcanum, Chicago and Il- 
linois State Bar Associations. 



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PATRICK \V. SULLIVAN 

Chicago 

Born .-\ug. U), 1865, at Kevvanee. 111. ; 
graduate of University of Michigan, LL. B. ; 
special law course at Metropolitan Law 
School, New York City ; admitted to Bar, 
1892: married Miss Jennie L. Cassidy. Feb. 
24. 1897. at Chicago ; .Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, 1911-1916; member Knights of 
Columbus, Iroquois Club; member of firm 
Mathias & Sullivan; general practice. 





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PHILIP L. SULLIVAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 2, 1889; graduate of Loyola 
University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1912; 
Master in Chancer}-, Superior Court, Cook 
County. 1915-1917; member Illinois Athletic 
Cltjb, Chicago Bar Association, Knights of 
Columbus and other fraternal societies ; en- 
tered service of U. S. Army as private, 
Sept., 1917, was discharged Dec, 1919, as 
Lieut. Field Artillery U. S. A. 



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T. J. SULLIVAN 

Springfield 

Born Sept. 25, 1879, at Mexico, Mo.; 
graduate of University of Michigan, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1901 ; married Venah 
E. Robinson. Jan. 22, 1905, at Springfield ; 
Assistant State's Attorney, Sangamon 
County, 1908-1916 ; member Sangamon Club, 
Knights of Columbus, Elks, Sangamon 
County and Illinois State Bar Associa- 
tions ; general practice. 



PHILIP SULTAN 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago ; graduate of Chicago 
Law School; admitted to Bar, 1915; mar- 
ried Miss Rozelda M. Cohn, April 5, 1916, 
at Chicago ; member Theodore Roosevelt, 
A. F. & A. M., K. P. ; general practice. 



EVERETT M. SWAIN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 23, 1877, at Papillion, Neb.; 
graduate of University of Nebraska, A. B., 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar, Nebraska, 1903, 
Illinois, 1904; married Miss Lillian Bates, 
Dec. 30, 1905, at Springfield, Neb. ; member 
Alpha Tau Omega Collegiate Fraternity, 
Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, City Club 
of Chicago. Myrtle Lodge No. 795, A. F. & 
A. AL, Irving Park Chapter No. 195, R. A. 
M., Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associa- 
tions ; member of firm Roberts & Swain; 
general civil practice, specializing in real 
estate law. 




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DAVID I. SWANSON 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 14, 1884; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1913; office attorney Lumbermen's 
Credit Association, 1915-1918; member John 
Ericsson Lodge, I. O. O. F., Compass Lodge 
No. 922, A. F. & A. M., Normal Park Chap- 
ter No. 210, R. A. M., Delta Theta Phi Law 
Fraternity and other local organizations; 
general practice. 



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THOMAS E. SWANSON 

Chicago 

Born June 16, 1877, at Wyoming, 111. ; 
graduate of Northern Illinois Normal 
School, Di.xon Business College, Northern 
Illinois College of Law, M. L., Bachelor 
of Oratory; admitted to Bar, 1900; married 
Miss Edna C. Williams, 1903, at Chicago; 
taught public .schools, 1895-1897; member 
Di.xon Alumni Association, York Chapter, 
K. T.. A. F. & A. M., M. W. A., Chicago 
Bar Association. Lawyers Association of 
Illinois, Speedway Country Club; general 
trial work and appeal and error. 




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JOHN J. SYMES 

Chicago 

Born 1866, in England ; graduate of Law 
Dept. Minnesota State University, Chicago 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1894; 
meml)er Chicago and Illinois State Bar As- 
sociations; general practice. 



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THOMAS J. SYMMES 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 13, 1873, at Ottawa, Canada; 
graduate of McGill, B. A. ; admitted to Bar, 
1898; married Katharine Clarke, Aug. 10. 
1910, at Chicago; trial lawyer. 



HARRY H. TALCOTT 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 6. 1877; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan, A. B., Northwestern Uni- 
versity Law School; admitted to Bar, 1904; 
married Miss Pansy Lochbihler, May 31, 
1906, at Chicago ; member Des Plaines 
Lodge No. 890, A. F. & A. M., Des Plaines 
Chapter No. 247, R. A. M. ; general prac- 
tice. 



WILLIAM M. TANNENBAUM 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 27, 1887, at Odessa, Russia; 
graduated Chicago Kent College of Law, 
LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1912; Chicago and 
Illinois Bar Associations, Lawyers Associa- 
tion of Illinois, Bee Hive Lodge No. 909, 
A. F. & A. M., Temple Chapter, R. A. M., 
Englewood Council No. 2, N. A. U. ; mem- 
ber of firm Edelson & Tannenbaum; prac- 
tice corporation and real estate law, income 
tax law. 




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CLARENCE W. TAYLOR 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 25. 1853; educated at Val- 
paraiso, Ind.; admitted to Bar, 1879; mar- 
ried Miss Agnes Poage, Aug. 18, 1880, at 
Rook's Creek, 111.; City Attorney, Minonk, 
III., 1879; member First Congregational 
Church, Oak Park, Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion ; patents, corporation law. 



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DUDLEY TAYLOR 



Chic.\go 

Horn at Owosso, Mich.; graduate of Uni- 
versity of Michigan, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1896; married Miss Eva Bennett, Feb. 
10, 1903, at Chicago; member Masonic 
Lodges, Chicago Athletic Association, Chi- 
cago and Illinois State Bar Associations ; 
Counsel for Employers Association of Chi- 
cago, .Associated Employers of Illinois and 
other associations of employers ; specializes 
in industrial litigation and afifairs. 





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EDWARD H. TAYLOR 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 25, 1867; graduate of North- 
western University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1893 ; married Miss Helen Hebel, Sept. 
24, 1902. at Chicago; Assistant State's At- 
torney, 1908-1912; Assistant Attorney Gen- 
eral, 1917 to date; member 21st Ward Re- 
publican Club, Mason and Odd Fellows. 



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ORVILLE JAMES TAYLOR, JR. 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 8, 1885, at Sioux. City, Iowa; 
graduate of University of Chicago, Xorth- 
western University Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1908 ; married Saide Prescott 
Pettit, June 30, 1915, at Chicago; attended 
First Officers Training Camp at Ft. Sheri- 
dan, commissioned Capt. of Cavalry as- 
signed to 86th Div., promoted to Major, 
served with 86th Div. in U. S. and France; 
member City and University Clubs, Chicago, 
Illinois State and American Bar Associa- 
tions, Beta Theta Pi and Phi Delta Phi ; 
member of firm Taylor & Aliller, which 
firm represents Great Lakes Trust Co., 
Alorris Plan Bank ; member of facult}-, Chi- 
cago Law School; Prof, of Law of private 
corporations. 




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FRANK BROWNELL TEED 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 24, 1874; graduate Chicago 
Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1909 ; mar- 
ried Miss Myrtle AI. Merritt, Dec. 18, 1904, 
at Chicago (died Mar. 26, 1919) ; Deputy 
Clerk, Circuit Court, 1900-1912; Assistant 
Corporation Counsel, 1915; Assistant At- 
torney General, 1916-1919 ; member Masons, 
Intercollegiate and Woodlawn Clubs ; gen- 
eral practice. 



HUGO J. THALL 

Chicago 

Bom Nov. 26, 1883, at Carlyle, 111.; 
graduate of University of Illinois, LL. B.; 
admitted to Bar, 1908 ; married Miss Min- 
nie Munds, July 14, 1907, at Champaign, 
111. ; member Board of Trustees, Arlington 
Heights, 111., 1910-1913; Village Attorney, 
1914 to date ; member Board of Education, 
Arlington Heights, 1916 to date ; member 
Masonic Lodge, Illini Club ; general civil 
practice. 




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GEORGE W. THOMA 

Chicago 

Born May 2, 1875, in York Township, 
111. ; graduate of John Marshall Law 
School ; admitted to Bar, 1909 ; married 
Miss Jennie Hasloff. Oct. 24. 1898, at Elm- 
hurst, 111. ; Circuit Clerk and Recorder, Du 
Page County, 1912-1916; chancery and pro- 
bate practice. 



MORRIS ST. PALAIS THOMAS 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 27, 1862, at Chicago ; admitted 
to Bar, 1883 ; Assistant Corporation Coun- 
sel and Master in Chancery, Superior Court ; 
general practice. 



ROY K. THOMAS 

Chicago 

Born June 16, 1887, at Maple City, Mich. ; 
graduate of Olivet College, A. B., Univers- 
ity of Chicago, J. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1915; 
married Miss Pauline Grafton, Aug. 28, 
1913, at Wichit;^, Kan. ; member Delta Chi 
Fraternity, Gyro Club; Trust Officer, Chi- 
cago Trust Co. 



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FRANK D. THOMASON 

Chicago 

Born May 30, 1860; graduate of National 
Law School (Washington, D. C.) ; attended 
Columbia College ; admitted to Bar, 1887 ; 
married Miss Diana M. Bean, Nov. 24, 1881, 
at Washington, D. C. ; member Masons, 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations ; patent, trade mark, copyright 
and corporation practice. 




GIDEON S. THOMPSON 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 10, 1858, at Nova Scotia, Can- 
ada; graduate of Northwestern University; 
admitted to Bar, 1890; married Miss Emma 
M. Kennedy, June 22, 1893, at Chicago; 
City Attorney, Berwyn, 111., 1917-1919; 
member Berwyn Club, Chicago Bar Associ- 
ation ; general practice, specialty life insur- 
ance ; General Counsel Merchants Reserve 
Life Insurance Co. 



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WILLIAM T. THOAIPSON 

Chicago 

Born May 23, 1884; graduate of Boston 
University Law School, Chicago Kent Col- 
lege of Law; admitted to Bar, 1911; mar- 
ried Miss Hilda Eldridge of Boston, 1907, 
at New York City; attended First Officers 
Training Camp at Ft. Sheridan, was com- 
missioned a captain and served overseas 
with Blackhawk Division ; Past Master 
Lakeside Lodge ; member American Legion, 
National Army and Navy Club ; member of 
firm O'Hara & Thompson ; general prac- 
tice. 




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CHARLES SOLON THORNTON 

Chicago 

Born April 12, 1851 ; graduate of Boston 
Latin School, Harvard College, A. B., Bos- 
ton Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1873 ; 
married Miss Jessie Fremont Benton, Sept. 
10, 1883, at Chicago; Pres. Auburn Park 
Board of Education ; Attorney, Town of 
Lake; member Cook County Board of 
Education ; member Chicago Board of Edu- 
cation ; Pres. Chicago Teachers Pension 
Board ; member Board of Education of Illi- 
nois; Corporation Counsel, City of Chicago; 
member Harvard (Chicago) and Lake 
Bluff Country Clubs, Medinah Temple, Ori- 
ental Consistory, L O. O. F., K. P., Art 
Institute of Chicago, Educational Law As- 
sociation, Lawyers Association of Illinois, 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations ; in partnership with Justus 
Chancellor ; corporation and real estate law. 



CLIFFORD THORNE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 20, 1878 ; graduate of Iowa 
State University, A. M., LL. B. ; Yale Uni- 
versity, Ph. D.. Wesleyan College, LL. D. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1899; married Miss Ruth 
Latta, Feb. 14, 1918, at Washington, Iowa; 
member State R. R. Commission, State of 
Iowa, 1911-1912; Chairman State R. R. 
Comm., Iowa, 1912-1916; Pres. National As- 
sociation of R. R. Commissioners, 1915; 
member University (Evanston) and City 
Clubs, Masons, Elks ; railroad, public serv- 
ice and general practice. 




CHARLES SOLON THORNTON 



RANDOLPH THORNTON 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 24, 1894, at Qiicago; graduate 
of University of Virginia, Chicago Kent 
College of Law; admitted to Bar, 1917; 
member Chicago and Illinois State Bar As- 
sociations ; Phi Delta Phi Law Fraternity ; 
general practice. 



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EDWARD R. TIEDEBOHL 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 7, 1889; graduate University 
of Chicago, Northwestern Law School, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar, 1912; married Mis» 
Sarah M. White, Oct. 14, 1919, at Chicago; 
member Knights of Columbus, Order of the 
Alhambra, B. P. O. Elks No. 4, Olympian 
Fields Country Club, Chicago and Illinois 
State Bar Associations ; general commer- 
cial and federal court practice. 




HARRY A. TIFFANY 

Chicago 

Born Meadville, Pa., July 16, 1867; grad- 
uate of Chicago Law School, Midland Uni- 
versity, B. A.; admitted to Bar, 1902; mar- 
ried Miss Haydee I. Magrum, Oct., 1894, at 
North Baltimore, O. ; City Prosecutor, Chi- 
cago, 1915-1916; Assistant Corporation 
Counsel, 1918-1919; member Royal Arca- 
num, K. P. ; general practice. 



HARRY A. TIFFANY 



HOMER E. TINSAIAN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 21, 1860, at Romeo, Mich.; 
graduate of University of Michigan, B. A.; 
admitted to Bar, 1885 ; married Miss Chris- 
tina P. Dale, Oct. 24, 1894, at Evanston, 111. ; 
Assistant County Attorney, 1889-1890; 
elected Alderman 32nd Ward, spring of 
1908, resigned 1909; member Hamilton, City 
and Intercollegiate Clubs, Cook County 
Lodge No. 240, I. O. O. F., Cook County 
Encampment No. 215, Lincoln Council No. 
9, Royal League, Englewood First M. E. 
Church, and following Masonic bodies : 
Englewood Blue Lodge, Englewood Chap- 
ter, Englewood Commandery, Imperial 
Council, Oriental Consistory and Shrine 
(Medinah Temple) ; general practice, spe- 
cializing in real estate, chancery, probate 
and corporation law. 



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JAMES TODD, SR. 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 14, 1866; graduate of Hanover 
College, A. B.. A. M.; admitted to Bar, 
1891 ; married Miss Helen Leeds Mitchell, 
June 4, 1894, at Chicago; Assistant State's 
Attorney, 1892-1896, Attorney Sanitary 
District, 1900-1905; Gov. Appeal Agent for 
Board No. 10; member University and Chi- 
cago Clubs, Oriental Consistory, St. Ber- 
nard Commandery, A. O. N. M. Shrine, 
American and Chicago Bar Associations. 



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FKAXK F. TOLLKUEHN 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 9, 1873, at Chicago; graduate 
Chicago Law School, LL. B. ; married Miss 
.Anna Krueger. May 4, 1901, at Chicago; 
Director Chicago Public Library, 1917-1918, 
reappointed, 1918 to July, 1922; member 
Humboldt Park Masonic, Northwest Chap- 
ter Humboldt Park Commandery, Alice 
Chapter Eastern Star, Humboldt Lodge ; 
general practice except criminal. 




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ALFRED F. TOMPKINS 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 4, 1879. at Catskili, N. Y. ; 
graduate of Northwestern University, LL. 
H. ; admitted to Bar, 1902; married Miss 
Gretchen W. Turner, Dec. 19, 1903, at De 
Kail), 111.; Magistrate. 1904-1907; Assistant 
.Attorney Sanitary District, Chicago, 1913- 
1916; member Elks; general practice. 



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GEORGE H. TOMPKINS 

Chicago 

Born April 25, 1878, at Clear Lake, Iowa ; 
graduate of Chicago College of Law, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar, 1900; married Miss 
Emily D. Wimmer, Aug. 24, 1901, at Chi- 
cago; member Edgewater Country and 
Hamilton Clubs, Edgewater Lodge No. 901, 
A. F. & A. M., Loyal Chapter, R. A. M., 
Oriental Consistory, Medinah Temple, A. A. 
O. N. M. S. ; counsel for several associa- 
tions of manufacturers ; corporation law. 




GEORGE H. TOMPKINS 



DAVID K. TONE 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 5. 1867; graduate of University 
of Wisconsin, B. L., University of Wiscon- 
sin Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1893 ; 
married Miss Alice Edwards, 1907, at Chi- 
cago ; Special Gas and Traction Counsel, 
city of Chicago, 1903-1905; member Illinois 
Athletic, Westmoreland Golf Clubs, Chi- 
cago Law Institute ; Special Trial Attorney 
for Bell Telephone Co., in Illinois, Indiana 
and Ohio, 1905-1912; personal injury, crim- 
inal and equity cases in State and Federal 
courts. 



ELMER J. TONE 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 29, 1885, at Oilman, la. ; grad- 
uate of Iowa State College, Chicago Law 
School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1910; 
member Equity Lodge, A. F. & A. M. 




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JOSEPH L. TOOHEY 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 23, 1876, in Clinton County, 
Ohio; graduate of Notre Dame University, 
A. B., Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1913; member New- 
man Council, Knights of Columbus; general 
practice. 



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CLARENCE A. TOOLEN 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 2, 1876, at Chicago; graduate 
of Kent College of Law, Chicago Manual 
Training School, Notre Dame University; 
admitted to Bar, 1897 : married Carolyn M. 
Morehead, July 18, 1900, at Chicago; mem- 
ber South Shore Country, Windsor Golf 
and Olympian Fields Country Clubs, Span- 
ish War Veterans, Chicago and American 
Bar Associations. Lawyers Association of 
Illinois; member of firm O'Donnell & 
Toolen ; served one year with 2nd Regt. 111. 
Vol. Infty., in Spanish-American War. 




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SAMUEL TOPLIFF 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 14, 1877, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Bowdoin College. A. B., 5s orth western 
University. B. L. ; admitted to Bar. 1902; 
married Aug. 17, 1918, at Evanston, 111.; 
member Union League. University, Evans- 
ton. Indian Hill and Law Clubs; general 
chancery i)ractice. 



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EBON CARL TOURJE 

Chicago 

Born June 12, 1889, at Buchanan, Mich.; 
graduate of University of Michigan, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1911; married Miss Mar- 
guerite Stabler, July, 1910, at Ann Arbor, 
Mich. ; member Hamilton Club, Chicago 
and Illinois Bar Associations, and North 
Shore Lodge No. 937 A. F. & A. AI. ; gen- 
eral civil practice. 





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CHARLES J. TRAINOR 

Chicago 

Born June 4. 1869, at Watertown, N. Y. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1890 ; Master in Chancery, 
Superior Court, 1911 to date; general prac- 
tice. 



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JAMES JEROME TRAINOR 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 25, 1893 ; graduate University 
High, De Paul University, Northwestern 
Law School ; admitted to Bar, 1917 ; mem- 
ber Chicago Bar Association; general prac- 
tice. 




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JOHN C. TRAINOR 

Chicago 

Born May 18, 1858; graduated high 
school ; admitted to Bar, Jan. 6, 1882 ; mar- 
ried at Syracuse, N. Y. ; member Illinois 
State Bar Association and Lawyers Asso- 
ciation of Illinois, Press Club of Chicago, 
and Hamilton Club; engaged in general 
practice; member of firm of Trainor and 
Trainor. 



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JOSEPH F. TRISKA 

Chicago 

Born July 19, 1884; graduate of John 
Marshall Law School ; admitted to Bar, 
1909; married Louise Hopp, June 1, 1910, 
at Chicago; member Iroquois, Saddle and 
Sirloin, and Bohemia Clubs, Chicago, Illi- 
nois State and American Bar Associations ; 
Pres. Southwest State Bank; member of 
firm Morrill, Shannon & Triska. 





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WALTER TRUC 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 15, 1880; graduate Metropolitan 
Business College, Lewis Institute, Chicago 
College of Law, LL. D. ; admitted to Bar, 
19()lj_married Miss Lydia Kravolec, Oct. 
27, 1908, at Chicago ; member Bohemia 
Club, Bohemian Lodge No. 941, A. F. & A. 
M. ; real estate, chancery, probate, corpora- 
tion and personal injury practice. 



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DANIEL P. TRUDE 

Chicago 

Born July 20, 1877; educated University 
of Chicago and the Northwestern Law 
School, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1904; 
married ; member American, Illinois and 
Chicago Bar Associations; Pres. of the 
Kenwood Improvement Association ; a 
director of the Legal Aid Society, the Boy 
Scouts of America, the I. V. T. C, Unit 
No. 415, and a number of other clubs and 
organizations ; elected an Associate Judge 
of the Municipal Court in 1918. 





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PAYTON J. TUOHY 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 29, 1883; graduate of St. 
Ignatius College, Chicago Law School, A. 
u., A. M., LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1908; 
member Phi Alpha Delta, (Pres.) Alumni 
Association Loyola University; instructor 
Lei?al Dept., Loyola, Contracts, Wills and 
Administration ; Author "Outlines on Con- 
tract" ; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Knights of Columbus (Advocate) ; general 
practice. 



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GEORGE L. TURNBULL 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 19, 1873. at Cleveland, Ohio; 
graduate of Gleason Academy, Lake Forest 
University Law School, post graduate 
course, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1896 ; mar- 
ried Miss Ida L. Hale, Feb. 2, 1907, Paw 
Paw, Mich. ; member Park Ridge Country 
Club; general civil practice. 




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ROBERT E. TURNEY 

Chicago 

Rom Sept. 9, 1873; graduate Kent Col- 
lege of Law. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1896; 
married Miss Maude M. Rubison, June 25, 
1902, at Chicago; Assistant State's Attor- 
ney. Assistant County Judge, Judge Su- 
perior Court, Cook County, 1915; member 
Masons, Commandery, Medinah Temple, 
Elks, K. P., Royal League ; general prac- 
tice. 



JOHN F. TYRRELL 

Chicago 

Born April 7, 1883. at Chicago; graduate 
of Lewis Institute. Lake Forest Academy, 
Chicago Kent College of Law ; admitted to 
Bar. 1905 ; married Miss Jessie L. Tyrrell, 
Sept. 5. 1904; member American, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations, Law- 
yers Association of Illinois, social, civic 
and patriotic societies and clubs ; one of the 
organizers of the "Big Brothers" and 
(President) Public Defenders Association, 
which have for their purpose the conserva- 
tion and preservation of the Boyhood of 
Chicago to the City and State ; member 
Hamilton Club ; general practice. 





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FREDERIC ULLMANX, JR. 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago; graduate of Chicago 
Harvard School, Chicago, Princeton Uni- 
\*ersitv, A. B., Northwestern University 
Law School. LL. B. ; admitted to Bar. 1909; 
member University. Princeton, Literary, 
Legal, Highland Park and Exmoor Country 
Clubs ; general practice. 



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DANIEL A. URETZ 

Chicago 

Born May 21, 1884, in Russia; graduate 
of Lewis Institute (Electrical Engineering), 
Chicago Law School, LL. B., LL. M. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1915; member W. O, W., 
K. of P., Lawyers Association, Prof, of 
Law, Chicago Law School ; Instructor High 
School subjects, Douglas Institute. 




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HENRY UTPATEL 

Chicago 

Born April 22, 1870, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Atheneum, Kent College of Law; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1900; married April 11, 1901, 
at Chicago ; eight years in City Council, 
now Master in Chancery, Circuit Court ; 
member Hamilton Club, Ridgemoore Golf 
Club and Elks; general practice. 



EDWARD P. VAIL 

Chicago 

Born July 30, 1849, at Frederick, 111.; 
graduate of Illinois College (Jacksonville, 
111.) ; admitted to Bar, 1870; married Miss 
Carrie M. Putman, Oct. 4, 1876, at Rush- 
ville. 111. ; State's Attorney, Schuyler Coun- 
ty, 111., 1872-1876; State's Attorney. Macon 
County, 111., 1884-1888; Circuit Judge, 4th 
and 6th Judicial District, 111., 1888-1903; 
member Union League Club, Masonic 
Lodge, Columbia Post G. A. R. 



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KAOUL W. VANIER 

Chicago 

Born June 21. 1880; graduate of Michi- 
Ran AKriciiltural College; admitted to Bar, 
1912; married Miss Irma Fay White, July 
14, 1917. at Chicago; member Rotary Club, 
Chicago Bar Association. Commercial Law 
League of America; commercial and bank- 
ing law. 





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JOHN E. VAN NATTA 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 11, 1872, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago College of Law; married Miss 
Dorothy Vail Heegaard, June 1, 1908, at 
Chicago; Attorney Old Portage Park Dis- 
trict, 1916 to date ; member Humboldt Park 
Lodge No. 813, A. F. & A. M., Royal 
League, L. O. O. M., American Legion; 
general practice, municipal and corporation 
law. 



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HENRY VEEDER 

Chicago 

Born May 13, 1867, at Galva, 111.; grad- 
uate of Yale. A. B., Northwestern Univer- 
sity, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar. 1902 ; married 
Miss Darlenc Gibons. Dec. 29, 1892, at Chi- 
cago ; member Chicago, Chicago Athletic, 
South Shore Country and University Clubs. 




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JOHN A. VERHOEVEN 
Chicago 

Born at Chicago; graduate of University 
of Chicago, Chicago Law School, LL. B,, 
LL. M.; admitted to Bar, 1900; married 
Mary T. Verhoeven, July 21, 1911, at Chi- 
cago ; member Chicago Athletic Associa- 
tion, Knights of Columbus, Chicago Bar 
Association; general practice. 




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JOHN LYLE VETTE 

Born Feb. 23, 1879, at Ottawa, 111. ; grad- 
uate of Chicago College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1900; married Miss Elsie 
Louise Pratt, Mar. 18, 1903, at Chicago; 
member Union League and Oak Park Coun- 
try Clubs, First Presbyterian Church of 
Oak Park, Delta Chi Fraternity; member 
of firm Pearson, Herrick & Vette ; Attor- 
ney for Chicago Real Estate Board ; general 
practice, specializing in real estate, banking, 
corporation and probate law. 



BERNARD WALTER VINISSKY 

Chicago 

Born May 20, 1893, at Chicago ; graduate 
of University of Illinois, Ph. B., University 
of Chicago Law School, J. D. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1916; general civil practice; member 
of firm Reeve & Vinissky. 




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CHARLES F. VOGEL 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 19, 1870; graduate of Chicago 
College of Law, Lake Forest University; 
admitted to Bar, 1891 ; married Miss Min- 
nie Fuerst, July 5, 1893, at Chicago; member 
Hamilton Club, Illinois State and Chicago 
Bar Associations, Chicago Law Institute, 
Canadian Order of Foresters, Austin Pres- 
byterian Church. 



FREDERIC E. VON AMMON 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 25, 1873; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan, Northwestern University, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1895 ; member 
Union League Club, American, Illinois 
State and Chicago Bar Associations ; mem- 
ber of firm Butz Von Ammon & Johnston. 




HANS VON REINSPERG 

Chicago 

Born Mar. 2, 1878; graduate of Gym- 
nasium. Germany. University (Berlin, Ger- 
many), Illinois College of Law; admitted 
to Bar. 1909; married Miss Clara Borbet. 
Jan. 24. 1913, at Chicago; corporation and 
general practice. 



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WALTER A. WADE 

Chicago 

Born April 7, 1894, at Chicago, 111.; at- 
tended St. Ignatius Academy, Loyola Uni- 
versity, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1915 ; mar- 
ried Aliss Madeline McCann at Chicago, 
Oct. 29, 1919; member Castle Post No. 151, 
American Legion ; served with 17th Eng. 
A. E. F. for 20 months; sergt. maj. to sec. 
engr., Officer Base Sec. No. 1 ; associated 
with Winston, Strawn & Shaw ; general 
practice. 





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GILBERT F. WAGNER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 16, 1887, at Princeton, 111.; 
graduate of University of Illinois, LL. B.; 
admitted to Bar, 1910; married Aliss Fran- 
ces Hurford, Sept. 13, 1913, at Glencoe, 111.; 
City Attorney, Spring Valley, 111., 1913- 
1916; member Alasonic, Aloose, K. of P., 
Chicago Bar Association, Commercial Law- 
yers Association, Commercial Law League 
of America ; commercial and bankruptcy 
law. 



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JOHN O. WAGNER 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 24, 1878; graduate of Illinois 
College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 1903 ; 
general practice. 



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HENRY W. WALES 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 8. 1875, at Lanark, 111. ; gradu- 
ate of University of Chicago, Ph. B., 
Northwestern University Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1899; married Miss 
Mabelle Willett. 1901. in Chicago; Village 
Attorney, LaGrange, 1908-1910; member of 
University, LaGrange Country Clubs, Ma- 
sonic orders. Past Commander Trinity Com- 
mandery K. T., No. 80. 



BERTRAND WALKER 

Chicago 

Born Indianapolis, Ind., June 20, 1868; 
graduate Harvard University, 1890, Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1893; admitted to Bar, 
1893 ; married Ida Fleetwood Drew Sept. 14, 
1902, at Chicago ; member Chicago, Univer- 
sity and Onwentsia Clubs, American, Illi- 
nois State and Chicago Bar Associations ; 
Attorney for New York Central Railroad ; 
engaged in general practice but specializes 
in corporation law. 




EARL J. WALKER 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 20. 1880. at Huntington, Ind.; 
graduate of Indiana University, A. B., Uni- 
versity of Chicago, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1906; married Miss Margaret Wright 
Hall, Sept. 2. 1915. at Chicago; Assistant 
State's Attorney. 1911; Alderman 21st 
Ward, 1916-1919; member University Club, 
Oriental Consistory. Mystic Shrine. Chi- 
cago Bar Association ; general practice. 



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EMERY S. WALKER 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 29, 1856, at Whitefield, N. H. ; 
graduate of Chicago Atheneum, Union Col- 
lege of Law ; admitted to Bar, 1881 ; mar- 
ried Miss Placentia J. Parantan, Jan. 1, 
1882, at Chicago; member Union League 
and Press Clubs ; has been in practice with 
Gov. Frank O. Lowden, Brode B. Davis, 
Adolph Raphael; general practice. 




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FRANCIS W. WALKER 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 12, 1856, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Union College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1877; married Miss Lulu Calhoun, Oct. 16, 
1889 (deceased), married Miss Anna Ben- 
son, June 17, 1898, at Chicago ; First As- 
sistant State's Attorney, 1884-1888, County 
Attorney, 1890-1892, Sheriff's Attorney un- 
der Strassheim ; member Covenant Lodge, 
Corinthian Chapter, St. Barnard Comman- 
dery, Oriental Consistory, Iroquois, Union 
League, Quadrangle and Chicago Law 
Clubs. Chicago, and Illinois State Bar As- 
sociations. 



GUY M. WALKER 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 21, 1879; attended De Paul 
University, Illinois College of Law, LL. B. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1908 ; member Phi Alpha 
Delta, Knights of Pythias and Eagles ; gen- 
eral practice. 




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DAVIU E. WALQUIST 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 18, 1886, at Chicago; graduate 
of Chicago-Kent College of I.aw ; admit- 
ted to Bar. 1915; married Miss Ada H. 
Anderson, Nov. 25, 1908, at Chicago; mem- 
ber Chicago Bar Association, and Lakeside 
Lodge No. 739, A. F. & A. M.; house at- 
torney for H. Channon Co., as well as gen- 
eral practice of law. 



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CHARLES EUGENE WARD 

Chicago 

Born April 26, 1873, at DuQuoin, 111; 
graduate of University of Michigan, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar, '1894; Life Member 
Chicago Lodge No. 4 B. P. O. Elks, Ma- 
sonic (Blue) Lodge; general practice. 





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MARTIN M. WARD 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 3, 1894 ; graduate of De La 
Salle Institute, Loyola University ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1915; married Miss Catherine 
Downey. Oct. 8, 1919, at Chicago; Com- 
mander Charles E. Galavan Post, Ameri- 
can Legion ; member Barry Council, 
Knights of Columbus, St. Patrick's Court 
No. 12, Catholic Order of Foresters, Amer- 
ican Legion ; general practice. 



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SIDNEY N. WARE 

Chicago 

Born June 12, 1882, at Louisville, Ky. ; 
graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, 
LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1903 ; member 
Iroquois Club, Charter Member Emblem 
Lodge No. 984, A. F. & A. M. ; general 
civil practice, making specialty of bank- 
ruptcy and corporation law. 




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WILLIAM S. WARFIELD, III 
Chicago 



Born Aug. 21, 1888, at Quincy, 111.; 
graduate of Princeton University, Lit. B., 
Harvard Law School, LL. B., cum laude ; 
admitted to Bar, 1913; married Miss Hil- 
degarde Ware, Sept. 9, 1916 at Chicago; 
Associate Member Legal Advisory Board 
No. 8; member University and Princeton 
Clubs of Chicago ; general civil practice, 
especially corporation. 



PAUL A. F. WARNHOLTZ 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 27, 1885, at Hamburg, Ger- 
many; graduate Illinois College of Law; 
admitted to Bar, 1911; married Miss 
Frances Wagner ; member Accordia Lodge 
No. 277, A. F. & A. M. ; corporation law. 




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JOHN A. WATSON 

Chicago 

Born 1854, in Massachusetts, admitted to 
Bar, 1879; married Miss Elsie C. Smoke, at 
St. Josepii. Mich. ; Circuit Court Commis- 
sioner, 1884-88; member Masonic Lodges; 
general practice. 



LEWIS .M. WATSON 

Chicago 

Born Sept., 1884; at Monon. Ind. ; gradu- 
ated Northwestern Universitj- and North- 
western University Law School, B. S., M. 
S.. and LL. B.;' admitted to Bar, 1912; 
general counsel for George AI. Foreman & 
Co., farm mortgage bankers. 





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RUSSELL GROVER WATTERS 

Chic.\go 

Born Russell, N. D., July 17, 1883; at- 
tended graded school at St. Paul and Chi- 
cago. Chicago English High and Manual 
Training School, Central Institute and 
Hamilton College, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1913; married Miss Katherine R. Shea at 
Chicago, 1917; member Chicago Bar As- 
sociation. Central Y. M. C. A., Sons of 
American Revolution, Alden Kindred of 
America : general civil practice specializing 
in real estate law. 



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EDWIN L. WAUGH 

Chicago 

Born June 16, 1866, at Niagara, N. Y. ; 
graduate of Beloit College and Union Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1888; 
married Miss Lura Lee, Sept. 30, 1890, at 
Delavan Lake, Wis. ; member Congrega- 
tional Church, Knights of Pythias, and 
Chicago Bar Association ; real estate and 
probate practice. 





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WILLIAM FRANCIS WAUGH 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 24, 1892, at Chicago; gradu- 
ate New York Military Academj-, Agri- 
cultural College of Utah, Loyola Univer- 
sity, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1916; mar- 
ried Miss Florence M. Kennedy, Jan. 18, 
1917, at Chicago; Capt. Inf. U. S. A., 1917- 
1918; member Chicago Bar Association, 
Fort Sheridan Association, American Le- 
gion, Hamilton Club, Hesperia Lodge No. 
411, A. F. & A. M.; Oriental Consistory, 
Medinah Temple ; general practice. 



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FRANK L. WEAN 

Chicago 

Born Aug. 6. 1860; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan, Union College of Law, 
Northwestern Universitv Law School, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar, Michigan, 1886, Illi- 
nois, 1887; married Miss Bertha M. Coombs, 
Dec, 1887, at Chicago; Referee in Bank- 
ruptcy, Northern District of Illinois. 1898 
to date ; member Chicago, Exmoor Coun- 
try, Highland Park and Law Clubs, Chica- 
go, Illinois State and American Bar Asso- 
ciations ; member of firm Swett, Grosscup & 
Wean, 1887-1889; Grosscup & Wean, 1889- 
1892 ; general law practice to 1898 when 
appointed Referee in Bankruptcj\ 



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DAVID VICTOR WEBSTER 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 12, 1865. at Chicago; educated 
Evanston High, Chicago College of Law ; 
admitted to Bar, 1892; married Miss Mar- 
garet C. Coxe, Oct. 11. 1893, at Chicago; 
members Bankers, Illinois Athletic and City 
Clubs ; Secretary First Trust & Savings 
Bank. 



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R. B. WEBSTER 

Chicago 

Born Nov. 22>, 1876, at Burns City, Ind. ; 
graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law, 
LL. M. ; admitted to Bar. 1912; member 
Chicago and Illinois State Bar Associations, 
Chicago Automobile Club ; represents Cud- 
ahy Packing Co.. Western Steel Car & 
Foundry Co., Chicago & Calumet River 
R. R. Co., Peanut Specialty Co. ; princi- 
pally corporation work. 



FRED J. WEGG 

Chicago 

Born Feb. 8. 1877, at St. Thomas, Ont.; 
graduate of Osgoode Hall, Toronto; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1901 ; married Miss Mary Agnes 
McKeever, Feb. 14, 1916, at Chicago ; cor- 
poration law. 



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R. C. WEICHBRODT 

Chicago 

Born in Germany; graduate of North- 
western University Law School, LL. R. ; 
admitted to Bar, 1909 ; married Louise 
Eichmann, July 27, 1909, at Chicago ; mem- 
ber Chicago Bar Association ; general prac- 
tice. 



AIORKIS A. WEINBERG 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 23, 1879 ; graduate Chicago- 
Kent College of Law; admitted to Bar, 
1901 ; married Miss Carrie Levy, Dec. 29, 
1904, at Chicago ; member Ancient Craft 
Lodge No. 907, A. F. & A. M., Independent 
Order Free Sons of Israel, K. of P., Mac- 
cabees, North American Union, National 
Union, Covenant Club, B'nai B'rith ; gen- 
eral practice. 



PHILIP A. WEINSTEIN 

Chicago 

Born June 11, 1897, at Chicago; gradu- 
ate of University of Chicago, Northwest- 
ern University Law School, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1919; member of Emblem 
Lodge No. 984, A. F. & A. M„ Phi Alpha 
Fraternity; general practice. 




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ALBERT J. WEISBERG 

Chicago 

Horn July 4, 1891, at Chicago; graduate 
of Nortlnvesfern University, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1913; inemher Masons, B'nai 
B'rith, Chicago Bar Association ; corpora- 
tion law. 



BENJAMIN HARRY WEISBROD 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 5. 1891, at Amsterdam. N. Y. ; 
graduate of Cornel! University, A. B.. Har- 
vard Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar. 
1918; married Miss Mary Kramer, Feb. 4, 
1918, at Chicago; member Intercollegiate 
Club, Chicago Bar Association ; general 
practice. 





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IGNACE E. WEISS 

Chicago 

3orn Sept. 18, 1891, at Red Haw, Ohio; 
graduate of Chicago-Kent College of Law ; 
admitted to Bar, 1915: member B. P. O. E. 
No. 4 ; stock and bond law specialist. 



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427 



LEO A. WEISKOPF 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 17, 1893; graduate of Chicago- 
Kent College of Law ; admitted to Bar, 
1914; married Miss Irmgard Daniels, June 
3, 1917, at Chicago; member Covenant 
Lodge, A. F. & A. M. ; Phi Delta Alpha, 
B'nai B'rith, Associated Jewish Charities; 
general practice. 




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ALBERT G. WELCH 

Chicago 

Born June 3. 1873, at Chicago; graduate 
of Lake Forest Academy; admitted to Bar, 
1894; married Miss Katharine Strong, Jan. 
10, 1906, at Chicago ; special assistant U. S. 
attorney. 1911-1914; member American, 
Illinois State and Chicago Bar Associations, 
Chicago Law. Union League. South Shore 
Country and Calumet Country Clubs, Royal 
Arcanum and National Union ; federal 
practice. 



XIXIAX H. WELCH 

Chicago 

Born Rosccrans, 111., Jan. 1, 1873; at- 
tended Wheaton College, B. S., Beloit 
(Wis.) College one year. Lake Forest 
University, A. M., and Chicago Kent Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to bar. 1902 ; 
married Miss Mabel Mildred Ott, June 18, 
1908, at Chicago: Assistant Judge Probate 
Court Cook County. 1906-1910, Master in 
Chancery Circuit Court, 1917, lecturer Chi- 
cago Kent College of Law ; member Hamil- 
ton, Town and Country (ex-pres.) Clubs 
and Illinois State and Chicago Bar Asso- 
ciations ; general practice. 




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WILLIAM SPEN'CER WELCH 

Chicago 

Horn Feb. 28, 1875; graduate of Val- 
paraiso Normal School, Dixon College, Bc- 
loit College, Lake Forest University, LL. 
B., B. S. ; admitted to Bar. 1903; married 
Miss Crace Sears. May 10, 1902, at La- 
(irangc. III.: member Masonic orders, 
American, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations, Prairie Club; member of firm 
Welch. Moodv & Welch. 



CHARLES H. WELLS 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 3, 1868, at Arthur, Wis. ; grad- 
uate of Normal School (Plattsville, Wis)., 
Cornell University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar. 
1891 ; married May Henderson, June 27, 
1893, at Chicago, 111. : attorney for Village 
of Oak Park. 1905-1909. assistant attorney 
Forest Preserve District of Cook Count\-. 
1916 to date ; member Phi Delta Theta 
College Fraternity. Oak Park, and Oak 
Park Country Clubs, Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion ; general civil practice, including cor- 
poration, probate and real estate law. 




CARL W. R. WERMINE 

Chicago 

Born April 6, 1886; graduate of Illinois 
Wesleyan University, A. B., Hamilton Col- 
lege of Law, LL. B., Lulea College (Swe- 
den), A. B.; admitted to Bar, 1917; mar- 
ried Miss Edith Lindberg. Oct. 23. 1912, at 
Chicago Heights, 111. ; member A. F". & A. 
M., A. O. A. W. of Iowa; general practice. 



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WILLIAM CHARLES WERMUTH 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 28, 1888, at Chicago ; graduate 
of Northwestern University. College of 
Liberal Arts and Law, B. S., M. S., LL. B. ; 
admitted to bar, 1911, to U. S. Supreme 
Court, 1914; married Miss Phyllis R. Don- 
lin, June 18, 1913, at Chicago ; member 
Sigma Nu, Phi Beta Kappa, National Un- 
ion, Chicago and American Bar Associa- 
tions, Chicago Association of Commerce, 
Knights of Columbus ; Associate Editor 
"Modern American Law"; author "Law of 
Contracts" and "Legal Necessity of Con- 
sent to Operations" ; corporation, probate, 
association law, extraordinary remedies 
practice. 




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JAMES B. WESCOTT 

Chicago 

Born March 20, 1887; graduate of North- 
western University, Northwestern Univer- 
city Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1909; married Miss Mary Hotchkiss, Aug. 
26, 1913, at Fox Lake, Wis. ; member Chi- 
cago Bar Association, Press, Hamilton, 
Westmoreland Country and Evanston 
Clubs ; corporation and interstate commerce 
law. 



ADOLPH H. WESEMANN 

Chicago 

Born LaGrange, 111. ; attended business 
college. Walker College, St. Louis, Mo., 
University of Illinois, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1900; married Minnie Blum, 1901, at 
Collinsville, 111. ; member Illini and Edge- 
wood Golf Clubs, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Associations ; engaged in general 
practice. 



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LESLIE H. WHIPP 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 14. 1880; attended Drake Uni- 
versity. Des Moines. Iowa, and Kent Col- 
lege of Law, Chicaji;o : admitted to Bar, 1906; 
unmarried; member Hamilton Club; general 
practice. 




ROBERT C. WHEELER 

Chicago 

Born May 6. 1884, at Chicago; graduate 
of Yale, A. B., Northwestern University, 
LL. B.: admitted to Bar, 1910; member Chi- 
cago, University, Exmoor Country, Yale 
(Neiv York), Midwich (Los Angeles) 
Clubs, Chicago Bar Association, Chicago 
Law Institute, Chicago Chamber of Com- 
merce. 




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HAROLD F. WHITE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 8, 1877; graduate of Lake 
Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1901 ; married Miss Catharine Cleaver, June 
21, 1904. at Chicago ; member Union 
League, City, Quadrangle, Calumet Coun- 
tr\-, Chikaming Country Clubs, Delta Chi 
Fraternity, American, Illinois State and Chi- 
cago Bar Associations ; director United 
United Charities of Chicago and president 
of its Stockyards Council ; vice-president 
of the Municipal Voters League ; member 
of Law Club and Commercial Law League 
of America ; member of firm Eastman, 
White & Hawxhurst. 



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JOHN JAY WHITESIDE 

Chicago 

Born June 3, 1870, at Polo, 111. ; graduate 
Lake Forest University (Classical Course), 
Northern Illinois College of Law, LL. B., 
Northwestern University Law School, LL. 
B. ; admitted to Bar, 1902; married Ruby 
Mae Cady, Sept. 17. 1895, at Elgin, 111.; 
general practice. 





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ROBERT H. WIDDICOMBE 

Chicago 

Born at Booneville, Mo. ; graduate of 
St. James Military Academy (Macon, Mo.), 
Cornell University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1894; married Miss Jessica Nicholls, 
Feb. 22, 1909, at Denver, Colo. ; Assistant 
District Attorney Colorado Springs, Colo., 
1898-1902; member Military Order Loyal 
Legion of the U. S. ; railroad practice ; 
general attorney for Chicago & North- 
western R. R. 



ROBERT H. WIDDICOMBE 



RUSSELL WILES 

Chicago 

Born at Freeport, 111. ; University of Chi- 
cago, B. S., Northwestern University, LL. 
B., M. S. ; admitted to Bar. 1904; married 
Ethel G. Foster, Oct. 26, 1904, at Chicago; 
member Riverside Lodge No. 862 A. F. & 
A. M., Berwyn Chapter No. 239 R. A. M., 
University Club of Chicago, Riverside Golf 
Club ; patent law. 



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CHARLES C. WILLIAMS 

Chicago 

Born June 2S, 1879; graduate Knox Col 
lepe. Chicago Law School ; admitted to Bar. 
1909; married Miss Cora M. Piper, June 1, 
1904. at Greenfield, 111. ; member Alasons ; 
criminal practice. (Deceased.) 



C. ARCH WILLIAMS 

Chkago 

Born at Bryan, Ohio; graduate of Lake 
Forest University, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1894; married Miss Gay Barnard Wil- 
bon, Nov. 23. 1915. at Richmond, Va. ; Mas- 
ter in Chancery, Superior Court, 1910 to 
date. Chief Attorney Sanitary District, Chi- 
cago, since Jan. 2, 1919, Chairman 3rd Ward 
Rcu. organization since 1916; member 
(Grand Regent) Illinios Royal Arcanum, 
1907-1908. Supreme Regent, Roval Arcanum, 
1917-1919; member Royal League. K. P., 
Hamilton. South Shore Country Clubs, Chi- 
cago Bar Association, Chicago Lawyers As- 
sociation. Ohio Society of Chicago. 




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CHARLES C. WILLIAMS 



HARRIS F. WILLIAMS 

Chicago 

Born March 1, 1869. at Springfield, Mo. ; 
graduate of Drury College (Springfield. 
Mo.), University of Chicago; admitted to 
Bar, 1894; married Miss Marie Owen. July 
20. 1898, at St. Louis ; member Delta Kappa 
Kpsilon. life memljer Illinois Athletic Club. 



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LYNN A. WILLIAMS 

Chicago 

Born at Fond du Lac, Wis.; graduate of 
University of Wisconsin, B. S. Mechan- 
ical Engineering ; admitted to Bar, 1903 ; 
married Miss Helen Harvey, Sept. 23, 1903, 
at Madison, Wis.; memljer University (Chi- 
cago and Evanston) and Evanston Golf 
Club, Wisconsin Society of Chicago; pat- 
ent, trade mark and copyright law. 




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FRANCIS S. WILSON 

•Chicago 

Born Youngstown, Ohio, Feb. 7, 1872; 
graduate of Western Reserve University, 
LL. D. ; admitted to Bar, 1895; married 
Miss Caroline E. Siegfried, Nov. 18, 1904, 
at Youngstown. O. ; County Attorney Cook 
County , 1911-1912; member University, 
Flossmoor Country, Iroquois and Legal 
Clubs, Chicago and Illinois State Bar Asso- 
ciations ; Capt. Judge Advocate stationed 
at Camp Sherman U. S. A., Major Judge 
Advocate, Officers Reserve Corps. 



IRA J. WILSON 

Chicago 

Bom Nov. 8, 1881, at Ripon, Wis.; grad- 
uate of University of Wisconsin, George 
Washington University. LL. B., Master of 
Patent Law ; admitted to Bar District of 
Columbia, 1908, Supreme Court of Illinois, 
1914, Supreme Court of the U. S., 1915; 
married Anne H. Barbour of Boston, Mass., 
April 7. 1910, at Baltimore, Md. ; member 
Hamilton, University (Washington), Elks, 
Chicago Motor Clubs, Chicago Bar and 
Chicago Patent Law Association. Univer- 
sity of Wisconsin Alumnae Association of 
Chicago: Construction Engineer American 
Telephone & Telegraph Co., New York 
Citv, 1903-1904, Assistant Examiner U. S. 
Patent Office, 1904-1909; member of firm 
Pond & Wilson ; patent and trade mark 
laws. 



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VAX CLKMKNT WINAXS 



MONTGOMERY S. WINNING 

Chicago 

Born Oct. 28, 1892; graduate of De Paul 
Univcrsit}-. A. B., University of Chicago, 
J. D. ; admitted to Bar. 1917; member Chi- 
cago Bar Association, Oak Park Club; gen- 
eral practice. 




VAN CLEMENT WINANS 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 8, 1888; graduate of Tanner- 
(iilman School of Higher Accounting, John 
Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1913; married Laura Ruth Fenner, 
June 26, 1912, at Cincinnati, Ohio; Assist- 
ant Lil)rarian of Chicago Bar Association, 
1910 to date ; member Parian Lodge No. 977 
A. F. & A. M., W. M. 1920, Chicago Bar 
Association. 




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MONTGOMERY S. WINNING 



FRANK T. WINSLOW 

Chicago 

Born April 2, 1870, in New York State; 
graduate of Yale University, B. A. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1894; member Illinois Ath- 
letic, Yale (Chicago), Yale (New York), 
Clubs, Chicago Bar Association, Sons of 
American Revolution ; attorney for Scully 
Steel & Iron Co. ; also private practice. 



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FRANK T. WINSLOW 



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GUSTAVE WITTMEYER, JR. 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago; graduate of Northwest- 
ern College, Columbia University, North- 
western University Law School ; admitted 
to Bar, 1909; married ^linnie V. Yeaw, 
1909, at Chicago ; Assistant Inheritance Tax 
Attorne}', 1913-1917; member Chicago Bar 
Association ; probate court and inheritance 
tax matters. 




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GUSTAVE WITTMEYER, JR. 



WILLIAM WALTER WITTY 

Chicago 

Born in Mississippi; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Mississippi. B. S. ; admitted to Bar, 
1888; Assistant State's Attorney, 1911-1915, 
Assistant Attorney General. 1915-1916; 
member Irish Fellowship Club, Chicago and 
Illinois State Bar Associations, Delta Psi 
Fraternity; civil, criminal and probate 
practice. 



FRANK L. WOLF 

Chicago 

Born March 9, 1893, at lola, 111.; grad- 
uate of Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar, 1917; U. S. Army, 
Aviation ; member Aviation Club, Ameri- 
can Legion ; with Goodrich, Vincent & 
Bradley ; corporation, public utilities and 
personal injury. 




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FRANK L. WOLF 



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JOSEPH C WOLON 

Chicago 

Born Xanticoke. Pa.. March 23. 1893; 
attended St. \'iator'.s College. Valparaiso 
University, A. K.. Yale, LL. B.; admitted to 
Bar, 1914 ; member Penna Society and Yale 
Club; general practice. 



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JOSKPH C. WOI.OX 



CHARLES L. WOOD 

Chicago 

Born A])ril 14. 1865 ; graduate of Augusta 
College and Illinois College of Law ; ad- 
mitted to Bar. 19()0; married Miss Char- 
lotte X'irginia Cubbage. Dec. 26, 1916, at 
Memphis. Teini. : member K. P. and Lake 
BIuflF Country Clul) ; real estate law. 





CH.ARLES L. WOOD 



FRANKLIN N. WOOD 

Chicago 

Born at Brookljm. N. Y. ; studied with 
private tutors and read law with father, 
Judge B. Frank Wood of New York; ad- 
mitted to Bar. 1911; married; member 
.Aljierican, Illinois State and Chicago Bar 
Associations. Society Mayflower Descend- 
ants. Sons of American Revolution, etc.; 
general practice. 



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WILLIAM G. WOOD 

Chicago 

Born 1890; graduate of Northwestern 
University, A. B., Chicago Kent College 
of Law, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1912; with 
City Comptroller, 1913-1914, with Elevated 
Railroads of Chicago since 1916, with Chi- 
cago. North Shore & Milwaukee R. R., 
1915-1916, Ensign United States Naval Re- 
serve Force, in active service, 1917-1919; 
member Chicago Bar Association, Lawyers 
Association of Illinois, American Brother- 
hood U. S. A., Central Y. M. C. A. 




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CHARLES H. WOODS 



EDWARD G. WOODS 

Chicago 

Born Jan. IS, 1883, at Stanljury, Mo.; 
graduate of University of Chicago and 
John Marshall Law School, LL. B. ; admit- 
ted to Bar, 1907; married Miss Adelaide 
Mayo, Feb. 7, 1917, at Chicago ; member 
Kenwood Club, Chicago Bar Association, 
Phi Kappa Psi ; served on Legal Advisory 
Board Local 13 as secretary; author of 
"Rights of Public Press in Libel." 




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WILLIAM G. WOOP 

CHARLES H. WOODS 

Chicago 

Born June 24, 1876 ; graduate of Ohio 
State University, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 
1900; married Miss Edith Scott, Aug. 9, 
1906, at Guthrie. Okla. ; Assistant Attornev 
General, Oklahoma, 1901-1903; member 32d 
degree Scottish Rite, Sons of the American 
Revolution, Loyal Legion, Phi Delta Theta, 
Phi DeUa Phi, Illinois Athletic and Olym- 
pian Fields Country Clubs : general attorney 
A. T. & S. F. Ry. Co., particularly matters 
relating to valuation. 




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EDWARD G. WOODS 



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GEORGE EDWARDS WOODS 

Chicago 

Born at Huinc. 111. ; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Illinois, A. B., Harvard University 
Law School, LL. B. ; admitted to Bar, 1917; 
member University and City Clubs; asso- 
ciated witli Maver, Meyer, Austrian & 
Piatt. 



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(iKORGE HOWARDS WOODS 

W^EIGHTSTILL WOODS 

C H U AGO 

Born June 10. 1885, At Vermillion, Mo.; 
graduate of University of Illinois, Univer- 
sity of McGill (Montreal, Can.), Univer- 
sity of Missouri. A. B., University of Chi- 
cago. J. D. ; admitted to Bar. 1913; mar- 
ried Miss Mary Holderness. Dec. 24, 1914, 
at Chicago Heights. 111. ; member A. F. & 
A. M., Acacia. Phi Beta Kappa. Phi Delta 
Phi and City Club of Chicago; general 
practice. 





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WEIGHTSTILL WOODS 



LEO P. WORMSER 

Chicago 

Born July 6. 1884 ; graduate of Armour 
Institute. University of Chicago. Ph. B., 
J. D.. Harvard Law School ; admitted to 
Bar. 1909; married Miss Helen E. Gold- 
smith. Oct. 23. 1911. at Cincinnati, Ohio; 
ifrember Law, Caxton. City, Harvard, 
Standard and Mid-Daj' Clubs, Chicago, 
Illinois State and American Bar Associa- 
tions, Phi Beta Kappa. Delta Sigma Rho, 
Order of the Coif; member law firm Rosen- 
thal. Hamill & Wormser; director of Asso- 
ciated Jewish Charities of Chicago. 



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DON C. WKAY 

Chicago 

Born July 14, 1883 ; graduate of Univer- 
sity of Michigan, John Marshall Law 
School, LL. B.; admitted to Bar, 1907; 
member of firm Miller, Starr, Brown, Pack- 
ard & Peckham. 





DON C. WRAY 



VINCENT D. WYMAN 

Chicago 

Born Jan. 2i, 1877, at Sycamore, 111. ; 
graduate of Chicago College of Law ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, 1898; married Miss Ida M. 
Phelps, Aug. 31, 1898, at Canton, Ohio; 
member Edge water Golf, Press and City 
Clubs. Chicago Real Estate Board, Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations, var- 
ious Masonic bodies ; member of firm Wy- 
man, Kinne & Carpenter ; general chancery 
and probate practice, especially real estate 
litigation. 



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VINXENT D. WYMAN 



J. CORNELIA WYSE 

Chicago 

Born at Greenville, Texas ; attended 
Randolph-Macon Woman's College, South- 
western University, A. B., A. M., Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Northwestern University 
Law School, LL. B., Chicago Kent College 
of Law: admitted to Bar, 1917; organizer 
National Woman's Party presidential cam- 
paign, 1916 ; member Chicago College Club, 
Sociedad Hispana y Americana, Delta 
Delta Delta, Eastern Star, Illinois Wom- 
an's Bar Association. 




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CHARLES R. YOUNG 

Chicago 

Born July 28, 1870; admitted to Bar, 
1892; married Miss Eulalia Just, May 30, 
1897, at Sheldon, III.; member Board of 
Education, Chicago, 1915-1919; member 
City Club, Chicago Law Institute, Chicago 
and Illinois State Bar Associations, Ma- 
sons. Odd t'ellows, Art Institute; general 
civil practice. 



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CMARI.KS R. VOUXG 



LAWRENXE ANDREW YOUNG 

Chic.\go 

Born May 19, 1870, at Louisville, Ky. ; 
educated Chenault's University School ; 
graduated Princeton University, A. B., M. 
A.: University of Louisville, LL. B. ; ad- 
mitted to Bar, May 1, 1893 ; married Maliel 
Wheeler, Jan. 11. 1894. Chicago, III.; As- 
sistant Corporation Counsel, City of Chi- 
cago. 1898; member Chicago Bar Associa- 
tion. Chicago Art Institute, Chicago His- 
torical Society. Chicago, Saddle & Cycle, 
University Club (N. Y.), Princeton (N. 
Y.), Nassau and Ivy (Princeton) and 
Wawashkamo Clubs ; corporation and pro- 
bate practice. 




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I..Ji WHENCE ANDREW VOU.VG 



EDWARD B. ZAHN 

Chicago 

Born July 25, 1878, at Chicago; grad- 
uate of Chicago Kent College of Law, LL. 
B.; admitted to Bar, 1910; married Sept. 
18, 1900, at Chicago: Assistant Attorney 
General. 1917; member Sincerity Lodge No. 
982 A. F. & A. M., Lincoln Park Chapter 
No. 177 R. .^. M., Chicago Council No. 4 
R. & S. M.. Knights Templar; general prac- 
tice. 



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441 



THOMAS M. ZASADIL, JR. 

Chicago 

Born at Chicago; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1914; married Oct. 12, 1916, at Chi- 
cago; member Cicero Lodge No. 955, A. F. 
& A. M., National Union Association So- 
ciety; member of firm Sabath, Stafford & 
Sabath ; general practice. 




IRVING G. ZAZOVE 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 22, 1891 ; graduate of Chicago 
Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted to 
Bar, 1915; married Miss Lillian J. Wolfe, 
March 20, 1917, at Chicago; member Illinois 
Sportsman Club. 



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IRVING G. ZAZOVE 



CARL HENRY ZEISS 

Chicago 

Born Sept. 26, 1887; graduate University 
of Chicago, Princeton University, Litt. B., 
Northwestern University Law School B. 
L. ; admitted to Bar, 1911; married Miss 
Mary Josephine Williamson, April 24. 1915, 
at Chicago ; member University Club, 
American Legion ; general practice. 




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CARL HENRY ZEISS 



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AXTOX T. ZEMAX 



ANTON T. ZEMAN 

Chicago 

Bom Jan. 17, 1872, at Chicago; graduate 
of Kent College of Law, LL. B. ; admitted 
to Bar, 1893; married Miss Grace Maux, 
April 11. 1899, at Chicago; taught Public 
Night Schools in Chicago six years; Alder- 
man, 1898-1901, Assistant City Prosecutor, 
1907-1911, Assistant Corporation Counsel, 
1915-1917, Judge Circuit Court Cook Coun- 
t}', 1917 to date ; chairman Legal Advisory 
Board 73d District ; member Illinois State, 
Chicago and American Bar Associations, 
Hamilton Club, Bohemia Lodge No. 943 A. 
F. & A. M., Englewood Lodge No. 653 
Knights of Pythias. 



CHRISTIAN CHARLES ZILLMAN 

Chicago 

Born Dec. 26, 1870, at Momence, 111.; at- 
tended United States Naval Academy, An- 
napolis. Md., University of Missouri, B. S., 
Columbia University, M. A. ; married Miss 
Lucia Benecke of Brunswick, Mo., Jan. 2, 
1904 ; member American, Illinois State and 
Chicago Bar Associations, Chicago Law In- 
stitute. Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Nu, Colum- 
1)ia College Alumni, University of Missouri 
Alumni Associations, Park Ridge Country 
Club : Mason. 




LOUIS ZIV 

Chicago 

Born Russia, Aug. 23. 1866; educated 
public schools. Law Department Lake For- 
est University and John Marshall Law 
School. LL. M.: admitted to Bar, 1895; 
married Mary Rubin. Sept. 3, 1895. at Chi- 
cago ; member Elks, Masonic, Odd Fellows, 
Royal League. Cook County R. E. Board. 
Chicago and Illinois Bar Associations, Law 
Institute and other organizations ; firm of 
Ziv, Levit, Silvertrust ; general practice. 



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LAWRENCE F. ZYGMUNT 
Chicago 

Born in New York City; graduate of 
Lewis Institute of Technology (Chicago), 
De Paul University and Illinois College of 
Law ; admitted to Bar, 1915 ; married Miss 
Cecilia A. Piasecki, May 2, 1917, at Chi- 
cago ; member Chicago Bar Association ; 
general practice. 




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LAWR?:XCE K. ZYGMUXT 




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